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This thread is designed to list all stable E1XX0 (Intel dual-core Celeron) and E2XX0 (Intel Dual-Core Allendale) rigs configurations. I received so many PMs and emails from members regarding the E1XX0/E2XX0 rig configuration. We have similar threads that make a components list but most important is configuration especially BIOS settings. It is a good idea to have a page to list all stable configurations. I encourage members who have E1XX0/E2XX0 rig provide their configuration. Many members and guests will greatly appreciate your efforts.. Pleas run the stress test (Orthos or Prime95) for at least 6 hours before you submit the configuration information.

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Intel E1000 and E2000 Family Processors Specs



This list is not a contest list. The configurations information will be sorted by cooling type, chipset and motherboard. Due to the limited space, I will use abbreviation for each column. Please review foot note for detail description and content of each abbreviation. By default, C1E, EIST and TM2 are disabled and PCI-E frequency sets to 100.











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1*. Fails orthos @ 3.3GHz with 1.55vcore, not willing to push it higher.
2*. 8800GTS 320 @ 621/918 = 10,398 in 3dmark06. Zalman CNPS9500 for cooling. Also noticed temp gap.
3* 1,536(CPU-Z)/1,57V BIOS. Got it 3,4Ghz but Vcore was too high 1,6+V to be "stable
4* Run at 3708 412*9 and could run prime95 however when would try to validate cpuz it would crash, i believe it needed more vcore but was at 1.55 already and was not pressing any farther
5* the chip has very good potential but it needs more voltage (1.6-1.7v) and better cooling for higher OC
6* I haven't tried to push this too much. I've only had it a couple of days and I've been busy. I'm hoping to get it up a little more this weekend but I'm still satisfied for my first crack at Intel (used to be AMD guy).
7* System Temp is 31 on idle / going to 40 on gaming, on cpu stress system temperature is at 33cels. vcore drops on Load in steps. i try also vcore to give + - but i dont see any big difference only maybe in temp little bit
8* ASRock 4CoreDual-Sata2, still attempting higher FSB/RAM clocks
9* CPU temps are of conventional measure, not Core temps, as they mean very little to any of us yet.
10* This is still work in progress
11* 68/68 for Blend/Small FFT,1.3625-Bios/1.29-CPU-Z under load, TAT hits 70c!
12* Stock HSF. Could definitely go higher than 3.2 with some adjustments
13* Need to increase the Vcore from 1.35 to 1.45 just to get it fully stable past 3ghz
14* Prime95 Large TFT self test 1024 and 896 passed.
15* Any fsb up to 395 is stable given enough volts, after 356 fsb I drop my ram to 1:1 ratio. vdroop modded
16* Max 300*[email protected],DDR 2-3-3-6 1T @500 3-3-3-8 2T @514
17* FSB wall at 340, won't post. Max speed 333x10 fails ORHTOS 2 sec.
18* Load/Idle temp is based on a probe in the case not mobo
19* Thought i would be able to get to 3.8 without breaking 70 on Orthos. Have the Vcore pretty high but im gonna try to get to 1.7 after i get another radiator. Goal is 3.7.
20* DDR2 2.22v/Software. CPU PLL/1.070v for SB 1.05v
21* thermaltake big typhoon(stock fan) w/ arctic cooling MX-2. ultra x-connect 500watts modular
22* 1.344-1.360 idle 1.344 load cpu-z, had it running for 12 hours Orthos Small FTTs so far. Freezer is set on auto for now, once temps are getting too high ill change it to full blast.
23* My max was 450 with lower multi, i also tried 410 and 420 with diffrent vcore and ram settings, couldnt get stable.
24* Need better cooler, was stable at 3.6Ghz but I wasnt comforatable with the temps.
25* CPU VTT = 1.31 V / MCH 1.25 V = 1.37 V /ICH 1.05 V = 1.09 V/ICHIO 1.5 / V = 1.55 V/ DDR2 REF = 0 %/GTLREF 0&2 = GTLREF/ 1&3 = 67
26* CPU cooling is terrible right now. Lapping CPU/HSF soon. Within the next 2-3 weeks I will have GB DS3L. The AC 7 is getting a dual 120mm fan mod once i open the case again.
27* I cranked all voltages when trying to find max stable OC. Regardless of how high I went, 1.325v was just as stable as 1.5v.
28* Got me up to 3.2GHz (200MHz more than my E2180). Seems newer E2xxx CPU's certainly don't clock as well as the early samples. But for the price, they can't be beat or budge gamers/OCers

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APVM E2180
a7m1 E2160
andrebrait E2140
andrus E2180
anyhtinggoes E2140
asmudeus E2180
Avalanche E2180
AxelL E2180
b murray E2180
Bear E2140 E2160 E2180
babeliak E2180
BenTheOCer E2140
Blameless E2140
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dasparx E2140
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dralb E2140
dranom E2180
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Flower E2180
flowtek E2140
forcifer E2200
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Gollie E2180
gridstop E2160
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Halifax1 E2160
Hifisoftware E2180
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Itslogz E1200
JackMcIntyre E2140
JadeMiner E2180
Jaggo E2140
Hoetib E2200
kculp E2160
khurios2000 E1200
KingsidePressure E2160
kylzer E1200
Leastbay E2180
Lelin E2180
Lemmy E2180
Linskingdom E2160 E2180 E2200
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LouPhoenix E2200
Lpt92 E2180
mogators E2180
japan1 E2160
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justadude E2180
Moto101 E2140
MrHarris E2180
Mr. Jules E2180
Mr. Mojo E2160
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ncsa E2140
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NrGx E2160
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Perry E2180
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PizzaMan E2180
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rebelll E2140
Refresh E2200
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Robbie E2180
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sabermetrics E1200
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schoeds E2160
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SloBo E2160 E2180
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swatsor E2140
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Trippen Out E2180
Tufturek E2160
TunedFish E1200
twisted_58 E2200
UberN00b E2160
ViRuS E2180
vtx E2140
Wall_Socket E2140
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Note
  • UserName. Your user name
  • CPU. Processor name - E1XXX or E2XXX.
  • C/S. CPU Stepping. Left it blank if you don't have it right now
  • Batch #. Left it blank if you don't have especially OEM version.
  • Cooling. Air/WC/Phase/Others
  • Chipset. Motherboard chipset.
  • Mobo. Motherboard Name.
  • BIOS. BIOS version.
  • FSB. Stable FSB.
  • M. FSB. The Maximum FSB you had tried. Left it blank if you don't know or haven't tried.
  • Multi. CPU multiplier. Normally it is between 6-11 for now.
  • CPSD. CPU clock speed.
  • Ram SPD. Memory speed. CPU : RAM ratio
  • Ram TM. Memory timing. Right now, we just need tCL, tRCD, tRP and tRAS which locates in the first four columns in the DDR timing section on most motherboards. I think this is good enough at most cases. Sub timing is the last thing you want to touch. I will put them on the comments column if you provide.
  • DDRV. DDR voltage. Some motherboards are using the actual voltage number and some are using incremental number form the base 1.8v. So, just capture whatever displays on the screen.
  • NBV. NorthBridge voltage. Some motherboards use GMCH. Any others will place on comments
  • SBV. SouthBridge voltage. Some motherboards use ICH, ICHIO, SB or SBIO. Any others will place on comments
  • CoreV. CPU voltage. Deafult is BIOS core voltage. If you provide core voltage for idle and load. I will list them in comments.
  • VID. You can obtain this from Core Temp.
  • Idle Temp: Idle temperature. Core 0/Core 1
  • Load Temp: Load temperature. Core 0/Core 1
  • Comments: Any items can't fit in existing column
 

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Lelin
Batch: Will check tonight
Air
P35
Gigabyte GA-p35-DS3L
F4
FSB:320
Max FSB:400 (Booted at 450 not for long, will test more later)
Multi:10
CPU:3200
Ratio: 3:5
5-5-5-18
DDRV: 2.1
Didn't touch other voltages
VCore: 1.3v bios
Idle:31C
Load: 56C
Huge temp gap!
 

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Lelin
Batch: Will check tonight
Air
P35
Gigabyte GA-p35-DS3L
F4
FSB:320
Max FSB:400 (Booted at 450 not for long, will test more later)
Multi:10
CPU:3200
Ratio: 3:5
5-5-5-18
DDRV: 2.1
Didn't touch other voltages
VCore: 1.3v bios
Idle:31C
Load: 56C
Huge temp gap!
Thanks. I will do a batch update after work.
 

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UserName. Bear
Batch #. Q714A283 Retail
Cooling. Air Zerotherm Btf-90
Chipset. P35
Mobo. Gigabyte Ga-P35-Dq6
BIOS. F6
FBS. 400
Max FSB. 412
Multi. CPU multiplier.9
CPSD. 3.6
Ram SPD. Memory speed. 1.1 400mhz
Ram TM. Memory timing. 4-4-4-12
DDRV. DDR voltage. 2.10v
NBV. NorthBridge voltage.stock
SBV. SouthBridge voltage.stock
CoreV. 1.46 in bios 1.44 in windows
Idle Temp: Idle temperature. 38/38
Load Temp: Load temperature. 73/73
 

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UserName. Bear
Batch #. Q714A283 Retail
Cooling. Air Zerotherm Btf-90
Chipset. P35
Mobo. Gigabyte Ga-P35-Dq6
BIOS. F6
FBS. 400
Max FSB. 412
Multi. CPU multiplier.9
CPSD. 3.6
Ram SPD. Memory speed. 1.1 400mhz
Ram TM. Memory timing. 4-4-4-12
DDRV. DDR voltage. 2.10v
NBV. NorthBridge voltage.stock
SBV. SouthBridge voltage.stock
CoreV. 1.46 in bios 1.44 in windows
Idle Temp: Idle temperature. 38/38
Load Temp: Load temperature. 73/73
Thanks. Bear
 

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UserName: Dirmsi
Batch #:
Cooling: Air
Chipset: P965
Mobo: Gigabyte P965-Ds3
BIOS: F10
FBS: 320
Max FSB:
Multi :10
CPSD 3200
Ram SPD 1:1
Ram TM 5-5-5-15
DDRV: 1.80v
NB: +0.1
CoreV: 1.31
Idle Temp 32/32
Load Temp: 59/57
 

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Very helpful information. Look forward to building one but may need some help.
Thanks. I am sure lots members will help you so just ask. We need more E2180 owners to join the list so we can share these information with others.
 

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Now for what I'm REALLY looking for...

Anybody have a good overclocking micro ATX board for this chip?
 

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Lins. Would you please stop posting E2180 info? Not just joking. Very nice information. I will add mine in when I get a chance.
 

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Lins. Would you please stop posting E2180 info? Not just joking. Very nice information. I will add mine in when I get a chance.
I will try to stop to do so, lpt92.
All right? Just trying to help others here. Would like to see you information soon.
 

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Here it is.

User -lpt92
Batch - oem. I can't provide it now unless I remove it from mb
Air GeminII
Chipset-P35
MB-Gigabyte GA-p35-DS3L
BIOS-F4
FSB-320
Max FSB-360 ?
Multi-10
CPU-3200
Ratio- 1:1
5-5-5-14
DDRV- 1.8
SBV-Auto
NBV-Auto
VCore-1.36v
Idle-32/32
Load- 53/54
 

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Here it is.

User -lpt92
Batch - oem. I can't provide it now unless I remove it from mb
Air GeminII
Chipset-P35
MB-Gigabyte GA-p35-DS3L
BIOS-F4
FSB-320
Max FSB-360 ?
Multi-10
CPU-3200
Ratio- 1:1
5-5-5-14
DDRV- 1.8
SBV-Auto
NBV-Auto
VCore-1.36v
Idle-32/32
Load- 53/54

Thanks for the information.
I updated the table.
 

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Lins. Many would like to know more about E2140 or E2160 beside E2180 for their budget build. Will you consider collecting E2140 and E2160 rig’s information as well? Just a thought. BTW. My 3.2G E2180 is one of most awesome rigs at dorm.
 

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Lins. Many would like to know more about E2140 or E2160 beside E2180 for their budget build. Will you consider collecting E2140 and E2160 rig’s information as well? Just a thought. BTW. My 3.2G E2180 is one of most awesome rigs at dorm.


I think this is a good idea.
It really services the purpose of budget build. I will give some thoughts later on today.
 

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I received several emails as well PMs from members in past few hours. They expressed that they would like to know more about E2140 and E2160. I think it is a good idea to pack E2000 family processors in one page. I will be more than happy to post your configuration in this table if you email or reply this post. And always thanks for your supports.
 
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