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Old 10-18-2007, 08:49 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I have ordered the GIGABYTE GA-P35-DS3L mobo to OC my Intel E2180 on. Have people had 100% overclock results on that mobo? I just want to make sure that I stay at my budget but get a great OC out of that E2180.
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Many people have had good overclocks with this combo.
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The 2180 should easily hit 3.0ghz, maybe 3.2 or higher depending on what cooler you have.
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With a good aftermarket cooler such as the ACF7PRO, you should be able to get 3.2 easily.

I was able to hit 3.1, without touching any of the voltages.
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i should get pretty high, because my cooler will be overkill until i get my quad
i wonder if i should use mx-2, i don't know how much is in it and if its enough for my 2900pro, and 2 procs
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You only need a pea sized dot, for every application. And a tube of MX-2, can last many builds.
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How much can this combo be OC'ed with stock cooler?
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With the DS3L? I think around 2.8-3.0, because you shouldn't have to touch the voltages by then. So temperatures won't increase, if you don't touch the voltages.
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The temps WILL increase even without voltage change, just not by a huge margin. I can get my quad to 3.15 on stock voltage and theres a definate rise in temps.
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I didn't notice that, with my E2180. Every chip is different....
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