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E5200@4.7GHz !!!

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  1. r9

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    E5200 + Gemini II + Very cold weather :D
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    Enjoy :toast:
     

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    OMG!!Nice We're starting to get cpu voltage's in the range of dimm volts, lol.
     
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    That is a great result, especially with air cooling! Loving the 1.7 vcore lol! :toast:
     
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    And this was done on air :D. And not to mention the budget mobo MSI P43.
     
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    Nice. Very impressive! What temps?
     
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    Wow, nice OC. Lot of volts though, might wanna be ready to buy a new chip soon.
     
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    26C is correct temp second sensor is stuck always at 54C.

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    Nah who cares just get the dam thing to 5GHz and be happy with it. xD
     
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    Never went above 50C and that was at load when running wprime. After tests it was doing 26C.
     
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    Not above 50*C?! Sweet. Ambient temp?
     
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    I was doing this with all windows and door open and out side is below zero. I have done the test at 23:00 I should waited 4-5 hours for temp to droop further maybe I could get 4.8GHz. I just give my self a idea :D
     
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    Grab some sweaters before u get a fever. :D
     
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    Good stuff!!
    Hit that 4.8!!
    Wrap up warm and get some hot tea/hot chocolate!!
     
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    Heh. I`m experienced with this. First time I did this was with Athlon64 939 and a did get sick. But not today I was prepared :roll:
     
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    I`m more of a round number kid of guy :D. I`m going to put my PC in the freezer for 5 GHz. I think it is impossible but it sound great. Not to mention 100% overclock :toast:
     
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    ok i have an idea
    get like a plexiglass case and put it around your pc case
    then cut a huge whole on the top and put a huge exhaust fan in that hole
    then stick the plexiglass case (with your pc in it) outside in snow when its like 10*F outside!
    it has to work! hahaha
     
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    Or I just put it out side like it is ( no case every thing is on the desk ) and pray :D
    And I see you are noob on weather cooling :roll: :roll: When snowing the temp is rising :cool:
     
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    wow! 4.7! Nice Job!

    Lol if you hit 5.0 I will buy you a bottle of Johnny Walker Gold for your hard efforts!
     
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    yes i am lol
     
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    OMG, VERY NICE OC man, almost 100% of OC......I'm feeling DUMB with my e8200, I should pick up one of yours instead.

    anyway, thanx for sharing the e5200 OC capabilities.
     
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    I meant that he would need to get a new chip because it will probably die from the voltage. Not because it is too slow. :shadedshu
     
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    I understand what u meant b4. I was just joking around.
     
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    wow, that mobo oc that well, looks like a budget champion
     
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    We get it the first time.
     
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    Every thing is budget. The PSU that is in my specs is send to RMA. I`m using now 20 eur PSU that is 22A and that specs is maybe at ambient below zero :D.
     

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