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Overclocking the E8400 on a Gigabyte P45 UD3R motherboard, help please

notanazi

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#1
Hello ,

I'm trying to OC my E8400 on this P45 UD3R motherboard.
I just played with the voltages and ran OCCT for 20 minutes, but I don't know if they're set correctly. Which should I lower and which should I raise?

Could you guys help me please? :toast:

Gigabyte EasyTune screen:



OCCT Screen:

 

notanazi

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Processor P4 2,6Ghz Northwood @ 3Ghz
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Video Card(s) Geforce Ti4400 128MB
Storage Maxtor 80GB
Display(s) Samsung T220
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There's nothing wrong, but I don't know if some voltages are too high/low
 

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#4
MCH core is absolutely not high ! I'm amazed it works....raise it some ! 0,04v maybe

CPU PLL set 1.50v
DRAM volts 2.2v+ seems high...are they 2.2 or 2.1v ??? many times, 2.0v is ok
ICH I/O....1.50 is enough?..ok for my quad and 4.2ghz