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E5200 OC/BenchMark Thread.(56k warning)

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to go along with Jr's comment. I see that your using 4x1gb sticks. Just a little FYI, I seem to achieve better and i mean alot better results for benching and OCing when I just use 2 sticks of RAM. Try and take out 2 sticks and clock the hell out of that chip. Also, Im pretty sure you can OC your RAM better with just 2 sticks in too ;) It cant hurt to try:D
 
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It be a bit pointless having a 24/7 stable nice over clock but having 2 gb less ram.

I run a lot of things at once XD

Typically using 3 gigs of ram.


Cheers for advice though, to JR, what is this CL stuff?
 

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no no i ment for benches and heavy OCs.. not 24/7

CL= cas latency :D
 
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Ha ha, by stock they are 9-9-9-24 ( Am I missing a 9 ? I can't remember )

I can't get them past 8 no matter what fiddling I do D:

In terms of a 24/7 OC, I'd like 3.6 ideally what voltages would you recommend as safe and pretty long lasting?

( thinking at least 3 years here)
 

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Ha ha, by stock they are 9-9-9-24 ( Am I missing a 9 ? I can't remember )

I can't get them past 8 no matter what fiddling I do D:

In terms of a 24/7 OC, I'd like 3.6 ideally what voltages would you recommend as safe and pretty long lasting?

( thinking at least 3 years here)

OK time to start lowering sub timings if you cant get a stable CL8. Download Memset
http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/showthread.php?t=92190

And fiddle away. By lowering the timings too much it will just cause lockups or BSODs. Just force a poweroff and once you power back on your CMOS settings will kick in and reset your ram.
 
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Small announcement, I've finally gotten annoyed enough at my PC's noise to remove some fans.
I've taken off the CPU fan and clocked it down to 3.33 GHz.
Thats 266 MHz FSB, stock volts, it is stable and even with it running passive (I've now only got two 120mm (case + PSU) fans for extraction, a 92mm for input) it never gets above 50 degrees.

And a slight update is that I've had to put the stupid 40m fan back on my NB. Laaaame, its as noise as an angry bee...

Anyone got any ideas on how to make my NB cool and quiet? I've not raised the volts, but it gets very hot.
 

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Running at 3.7ghz now at 1.35v 60Cmax on load.

Had it at 3.8ghz, orthos was stable for 1 hour, but under L4D it crashed, i guess 3.7ghz isnt too bad cause i dont think i should go higher than the current voltage.
 

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That's an awesome OC 3.7 - nicely done!
 
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never mind downloaded wrong one.
 

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No luck at all with R0 stepping

I can't seem to overclock my E5200 R0 at all:( I'm using a Gigabyte P35C-DS3R Rev 2.1 and looking at the support list it has the E5200 M0 stepping and the E5300 R0 on it but not the E5200 R0:confused: Has anyone here managed to overclock the R0 stepping E5200 on this board, I'm using the F21E BIOS which seems to be the latest.

My E6300 I could overclock but only to 3.0 that's why I got one of these. I can underclock it but anything that should increase the speed fails. With my Arctic Freezer 7 Pro heat certainly isn't a problem as it's running at 34-35C. I'm definitely at a dead end:banghead:

Any help would be really appreciated
 
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Sorry ray this is actually the first I've seen your post.


Just for sh*ts n giggles, try 266 fsb and 9.5 multi leaving everything at stock.
 
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Hi, thanks for the reply. In betweentimes I have got myself a fresh motherboard, I now have an Asus P5Q-E instead of the Gigabyte P35C-DS3R and this one definitely recognizes my R0 stepping E5200 cpu. I did what you said and all went OK. I even gave it a go with the multiplier on 12.5 and the FSB at 266, so it will overclock. The only thing is it's all different with the Asus than it was with the Gigabyte. All my previous overclocking was with Athlons and Opterons and I never went near voltages, which seems a bit scary, especially when you aren't sure what you're doing, like me. Now I know it will overclock I'll have to study what all these overclocking tools on this mobo are for.
Now I've got it up to 3.3 at 60*C to TJMax I suppose there is still plenty of room for improvement. Thanks again, and any suggestions will be welcome.
 
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