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E5200@4.7GHz !!!

Discussion in 'Overclocking & Cooling' started by r9, Feb 19, 2009.

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    :toast: very nice oc! real quck question... I keep seeing e5200 multipliers set to 12.5 - I can only set mine @ x12.. how are you guys getting it there? I'm using an evga 680i mobo with latest bios.
     
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    wow..just wow. im surpsied that didnt burst into flames..LOL!! nice clock
     
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    lol 100% oc that would be uber
     
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    Good show there lad, great OC!
     
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    Check your CPU feature settings. Should have an option in bios stating something about an n/2 state.

    @r9

    Told yah since day one you have one of the better e52 chips. Congrats and nice clocks!
     
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  6. r9

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    Either your bios does not detect correct multi and you need to do update or when you set it to auto it is 12.5. Check in windows when set in bios to auto what is frequency of the CPU if it is 2.5GHz than you don`t need to update bios just keep it on AUTO.
     
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    It could be under CPU fine tuning in bios.

    Great OC 4.7 Ghz! Volts are very unimpressive though.

    I got my brothers E5200 to 3.95 Ghz on air with 1.375 volts. IMO for the volts needed its not going past that is not worth it I needed 1.4 + volts to get over 4Ghz alone. The performance difference you get between 4ghz and 4.7 is marginal is respect to how quickly your killing your processor, 1.7 Volts is a suicide run and is certainly chip suicide to keep it at that.

    I'd say drop it to 1.4 and keep the best oc you can get with that. I doubt 700mhz makes a world of difference, unless you plan on upgrading to a different chip in a few months.
     
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    Sweet run!!
     
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  9. r9

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    This is not meant to be 24/7 overclock just a suiside run for 15-20 min nothing more. Just to see how far can it go. And my 24/7 is 4.2 @ 1.41V.
     
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    Tempted to bag one of these for £58 just to give it a go at overclocking it!!

    Good going man, let us know how you get on!!
     
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    E5200 Plenty of fun :toast:
     
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    Out side it is not cold enough. So this is what set fsb let me do. I think at little colder weather outside I could run superp and wprime. I will try later.

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    Start packing my bottle of Johnny Walker :roll:
     
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    Lol I don't see those images!! of 5.0!!
     
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    Geeesh r9, thats crazy, and on air too! congratz:toast: Keep pushing for 5ghz :p
     
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    then it would be a 100% oc. :rockout::rockout::rockout::rockout::rockout::rockout::rockout::rockout:
     
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    E5200's are pretty crappy and cheap aren't they?
    And you pulled it to 4.7 :O You're the master
     
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    Ur getting the wrong idea. The E5200 is a great clocker. See other E5200 users around here get 4GHz easily???
     
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    I'm not aware of bad/good CPU's overclock-wise as I'm not a big overclocker myself and I really dunno what ones are good or bad :D
    I just look at it this way.

    E3xxx are shit, E8xxx are the best (That's the way I look at C2D)
     
  20. r9

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    I have never heard of E3xxx :roll:
     
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    :wtf:

    True, there's no 3 series for C2D, fail ;/
     
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    No offense intended as I can tell you are excited about the OC you achieved. but do we honestly need a new thread with every advance you make?
     
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    Actually I was thinking of making one for 4.8Ghz but then I change my mind. So I`m not gonna make another one.
     
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    JC316 Knows what makes you tick

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    Wow, that is insane. the clocks and the volts. I am impressed.
     
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    OK r9... now im really hating on my 5200, that fuker will not see past 4.2 @ 1.475 volts... but then again, after seeing your suicide run at 4.7 an 4.8 with the volts up to 1.7v I think im happy with my 24/7 oc @ 4ghz 1.463v 1.44v after vdroop. But DAMN nice OC for air. I told yall these chips were the new budget OCer.. this is just more proof! :)

    you need to post this in my thread douch! And lets see some wprime and PI runs at that OC. Once again ... Great fukn job bro! :)
     
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