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E5200 OC/BenchMark Thread.(56k warning)

Discussion in 'Overclocking & Cooling' started by _jM, Dec 7, 2008.

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    I made this thread because a lot of people here are buying E5200 chips. The E5200 series are great budget CPU, along with the fact that if you are lucky enough to get the M0 stepping, this chip is a great OCer:rockout: I figured that with the amount of people buying/or already having one, it would be cool to have a thread dedicated to overclocking/benchmarking the E5200. I would like to use super_pi_mod, and winprime for the benching. Along with the benching, it would be nice for people to post they're OC results with screen shots of CPU-Z, tell us how you reached your desired results(voltages, FSB, multipliers,etc) So that the other users here with the same chip, can learn and also use this thread as a form of help on OCing their own E5200 series chip. As the thread moves forward I will continue to update scores in each category. As far as I know ATM, the categories will be listed as Highest OC, super pi, and winprime. Good luck to all and I hope this thread becomes a very fun competition along with being able to aid others in learning to OC their own E5200:toast:
    If you want your scores Added to the list, please put ADD ME in the title of your post, along with all the requirements listed above.

    I will start it out with a few screen shots of my highest clock,winprime, and super pi scores! Just to get things started and so others can use my post as a template for posting.



    Attention Users: Remember that ALL scores submitted will not be used, unless you have a valid screen shot of CPU-Z with a screen shot of whatever benchmark you are posting! ONLY USE THE 32M test for WinPrime!



    Highest Overclockers
    TOP OC-- Fatguy--E5200 @ 4.875ghz
    1.r9--E5200 @ 4.801ghz
    2.andrei80--E5200 @ 4.500ghz
    3.miloshs--E5200 @ 4.337ghz
    4. _jM--E5200 @ 4.248ghz
    5.clock ed--E5200 @ 4.225ghz
    6.JrRacinFan @ 4.204ghz
    7.pantherx12--E5200 @ 4.200ghz
    8.Error 404--E5200 @ 4.102ghz
    9.k 9virus--E5200 @ 4.000.5ghz
    10.mitsirfishi--E5200 @ 4.000.0ghz
    11.unityemissions--E5200 @ 3.896ghz
    12.JC316--E5200 @ 3.875ghz
    13.ATi--E5200 @ 3.608ghz



    Top WinPrime Users
    1.fatguy--16.5s @ 4.875ghz
    2.r9--17.249s @ 4.701ghz
    3.clock ed--18.5s @ 4.213ghz
    4._jM--19.671s @ 4.248ghz
    5.Error 404--19.703s @ 4.100ghz
    6.JrRacinFan--19.828s @ 4.204ghz
    7.mitsirfishi--20.467s @ 4.000ghz
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    Top Super Pi Users
    1.fatguy--11.968 @ 4.750ghz
    2.r9--12.109s @ 4.701ghz
    3.clock ed--12.859s @ 4.212ghz
    4._jM--12.922s @ 4.248ghz
    5.andrei80--12.922s @ 4.500ghz
    6.miloshs--13.172s @ 4.337ghz
    7.JrRacinFan--13.329s @ 4.204ghz
    8.pantherx12--13.868s @ 4.001ghz
    9.JC316--14.477 @ 3.875ghz
    10.mitsirfishi--14.945s @ 4.000ghz
    11.Error 404--15.000s @ 3.603ghz
    12.ATi--16.458s @ 3.608ghz


    :toast: Good Luck to ALL and Have Fun!! :toast:

    :DThank you ALL:D
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    Multi: 12.5
    FSB : 340mhz
    Volts: 1.52v

    Clock Speeds E5200 @ 4.25ghz FSB @ 1360
    Dram:CPU ratio @ 5:8
    Memory timings are 5-5-5-15 2T Freq@ 1088mhz
    I also changed my Load Line Calibration to Enabled and CPU spread spectrum to disabled.Under Advanced CPU I changed C1E Support to Disabled.

    All of my tests have been ran using those same settings

    Using an ASUS P5Q-PRO P45, 2gb of G.Skill DDR2 1066, CORSAIR HX620 PSU, and a Tuniq Tower 120 on the CPU.
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    you should also include the e7xxx series, being that they are the same cache, and probably same overclocking potential, and intel meant the same thing about these processors. Im looking forward to posts here, im thinking about getting a 5200 for my htpc.
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    I will do that. Thanks for the heads up. I will update thread ASAP! Thank you:toast:
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    Maybe you should keep it to just E5200's since this thread already exists.
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    Yea you are right. I didn't see that. Thank you ;) Sorry 3870X2 I changed it and now its back to where I started!
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    thats alright, thought you would get more hits that way, didnt realize there was an e7200 thread already open.
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    thats pretty damned good for the e5200, my e8500 at 3.9GHZ only got 12s.
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    That is a nice overclock, I shall attempt something similar when I get MY E5200!
    This CPU sounds like a winner, and it has such a low price. :)
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    This CPU is a great OCer, pair it along with a mobo that can push it and your set.:toast:
    When you buy one make sure you get the M0 stepping. The M0's have a pack-date later than 6-1-08 (june 1st) Mine was 9-12-08 @ newegg:rockout:
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    Thanks, I'll keep that in mind!
    I'm buying parts for my rig today, but I don't think I'll be allowed to use it (and OC) until xmas. :(
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    i built one in a system paired with the p31-ds3L i had 3.8ghz at 1.44v seems a nippy chip for how cheap it is :) temps around 60 tops with a arctic frezzer
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    OK Guys lets see those E5200's in action. I know your out there!! And I know a few people in mind that are about to get this chip, I would like them to be able to see the performance at hand. So Post those scores people!! :D
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    Update


    How bout this for a E5200 :toast: Broke into the 12s with my E5200 :rockout:

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    I have got my E5200 now! I'm pretty sure its M0 stepping, package date was 9-4-08, but I can't OC until xmas, when I can use the PC I've built. :(
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    Hell yea bro, Im happy for ya!:toast: But why cant you use your PC untill then?
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    Ill be getting an E5200 sometime this week with a P35 board and some OCZ Reapers. So we'll see how that goes when i OC it.

    That 4GHz OC on air?
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    i got her to 4ghz this morning :) at 1.5v

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    Yup all on air with a ASUS P5Q PRO P45 Mobo 2GB DDR2 G.Skill 1066mhz ram and a Corsair HX620 psu.

    Cant wait to see what you can do with that chip crash!:toast:
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    Me either. :D
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    Its me and my sister's christmas present, and my parents say we can't use it until then. Once it IS running, it should clock very nicely: its running on an MSI P43 Neo-F with 4 GB of Gskill DDR2-800 and a Hyper 212 cooling it. :D
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    Sounds like a goodie to me :toast:
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    This is my 24/7 overclock max boot OS overclock 3.9 GHz at same volts vtt and sb voltages to 1.5v max post in bios OC 3.93GHz
    I`m certain that this cpu can do more but bios is limited to +0.3volts = 1.45 but with massive vdroop 1.45 = 1.4 on load
    I found one bios from similar board that can unlock all voltages I`m going to try that when I have nothing better to do.

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