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Old 05-07-2008, 02:38 PM   #121 (permalink)
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Default Re: Official Intel Overclocking thread

No idea what it was, two boards, each only lived two months.

Abit shipping me a third..
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Old 05-08-2008, 01:45 PM   #122 (permalink)
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Processor: E2200
Stepping: D
Revision: M0
VID: 1.2375
Final Clock: 3.7 Ghz (336 X 11)
Final Vcore: 1.58 Volts

Power supply: OCZ StealthXStream 600W
MotherBoard: DFI LanParty DK P35 T2RS
RAM: Crucial Ballistix Tracers (DDR2 800 2 x 1 GB)
RAM Speed: 850 Mhz
Timmings: 4-4-4-12
RAM to FSB: I'll check later
Final RAM Voltage: 2.1 Volts

Stress testing program: Prime95
Hour of Stability: 12
Idle Temparture: 34C
Max Load Temparture: 69C
Reason for Stress Test End: Manual Stop to play games, surf web etc, has been stable for normal use and 4+ hours of Quake Wars gamming, greater than 2 weeks now.

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too lazy to get voltage info picture... but heres the CPUZ/Coretemp
I'm getting my new parts tomorrow and will also be OC'ing an E2200.
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One thing I would like to know is what your RAM to FSB is, as you left it out in your post. I'm not quite sure exactly what that is yet, but maybe it will help when I start trying to OC.
I coincidently bought the same RAM as you as well. I will be cooling with air though.
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5:4 or somewhere around there

425/336 =~ 1.265
5/4 = 1.25
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Out of curiousity, With my mild 3GHz OC, I only manually changed the VCore from auto to 1.21ish, and my RAM Voltage. Everything else is auto'd: FSB, NB etc. My temps are 37ish at idle, was 50ish till i remember I didn't set my Vcore off auto...

But is the auto settings going to over-do and hurt something?
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Auto usually either overvolts or undervolts
Best to adjust it yourself.
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Auto usually either overvolts or undervolts
Best to adjust it yourself.
YHA, they put my VCore at 1.34Vs..... eek.

Problem is.... I don't know what the stock voltages are, as they come out on the BIOS screen as "Auto"

Anyone got an idea or screen of them?
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you can find out your stock vcore w/ coretemp. it will be labeled "VID"
you mem and vcore will be different but these are the voltages i use on my 680i, same with mgcook and some others
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Thanks.... I know where to find the important ones Vcore and Mem... It's the FSB, NB, & SB ones I didn't. Well, their actual value anyway. Off Auto they go

I'm running 2.1 on memmory.. Ditched the Ballistixs for OCZs, and 1.2125 for a Set Vcore.

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np i asked the same question b4, that pic is from mgcook from a thread i started awhile ago
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Officially a member of the 4Ghz club, I feel like a superhero...

My machine is sitting right next to my keyboard scattered about without a case, ordering one tomorrow, not sure if I want to be cliche and get an Antec Nine Hundred or go with an AeroCool AeroEngine Plus.

Processor: Intel e8400 Core 2 Duo
Stepping: 6
Revision: C0
Final Clock: 4.0Ghz (445 x9 )
Final Vcore: 1.334 Volts

Power supply: Cooler Master eXtreme Power Duo
MotherBoard: GIGABYTE DS3L (Rev 2.0)
RAM: Patriot Extreme 2 x 512MB (2GB more coming soon)
RAM Speed: 1068Mhz! (and its DDR2 800)
Timmings: 5-5-5-20
RAM to FSB: 5:6
Final RAM Voltage: 2.3 Volts

Stress testing program: Orthos
Hour of Stability: 10 Minutes
Idle Temparture: Not sure, CoreTemp is recording wrong temps.
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Reason for Stress Test End: I wanted to get on TechForum already and post this.

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