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Mar 23, 2010 at 9:18 PM #12 Sasqui Joined: Dec 6, 2005 Messages: 8,930 (2.19/day) Thanks Received: 2,848 Location: Manchester, NH System Specs System Name: "Naked Ivy" Processor: i5-3570k Costa (4.7 I say go for it only if you can keep the temps below 80 full load.Click to expand... What's your Vdimm? RaidurApr 4, 2010, 7:13 AM On my E8400 I got 3.6 with stock voltage (most E8400s will get 3.6ghz on stock vcore) and I got 4.0ghz on the max 'safe' voltage http://planetweb20.com/core-2/overclocking-core-2-duo-e8400.html

System Specs System Name: My Computer Processor: Core 2 Q9550 4Ghz 1.23volts Motherboard: Gigabyte Cooling: Corsair Memory: OCZ Video Card(s): Galaxy Hard Disk(s): Western Digital Optical Drive: HP LCD/CRT Model: Acer This socket 775 processor packs in 6MB of L2 cache and operates with a 1333MHz Front Side Bus speed. 83% Rating: Table of Contents Filed under: CPU / Processors Published: Author: Please see Table 3 on page 17 of this document. Windy (18 items) Asus UL30Vt (14 items) MLP: Folding is Magic! Logga in 24 Läser in ... http://www.overclock.net/t/741586/is-this-safe-core-voltage-for-e8400

Will my memory bandwidth show a great increase or is the difference i real-world gaming neglibible? - My max CORE temps are 68°C on IBT max stress. (vs max 65°C on hundredislandsboyApr 4, 2010, 7:48 AM Are any your E8400s 18 months old that have been running 3.6 Ghz straight almost 24/7? lol default vid was right there in front of my face... 1.1125v is stock...

If it goes over... Funktionen är inte tillgänglig just nu. Please could someone explain to me why it is beneficial to have an E8400 running at 4GHz over say 3.85GHz or even 3.6GHz? Logga in och gör din röst hörd.

Hell if it breaks get a new one , I say . If you need any more info i will gladly try and help. This has been bothering me ever since I started with 400fsb and 7.5x to get the ram in Sync 1:1... (http://forums.guru3d.com/showthread.php?p=2969001) I'd like to reach 3.6 GHz on air cooling with http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/showthread.php?173977-Max-vcore-24-7-E8400-8500-45nm-Wolfdale-on-Air Ask !

That's all there was to it, 3GHz was better than 2.4GHz, and that's all one needed to know. I thought it was the CPU but when I moved onto my Core 2 I had to buy a new board because it didnt support 45 nm chips but for kicks So how does the E8400 compete against the new quad-core chips from AMD and Intel? My e8200 is limited to around 3.2ghz right now because my 800mhz ram won't play nice much faster than 800mhz.

[email protected] - join team Guru3D! Overclock.net is powered by Fandom Games |FAQ|Support|Privacy|ToS|DMCA|Site Map Articles & News Forum Graphics & Displays CPU Components Motherboards Games Storage Overclocking Tutorials All categories Chart For IT Pros Get IT My vcore is 1.16 in windows and my temps are 32 degrees idle and 38 full load. As SimpleTech touched on, your ram may come into play at these higher fsb settings. 400fsb is going to be the max you can run ddr2 800mhz at without overclocking, I

Motherboard: GA-Z77X-UD5H (rev1.1) Cooling: SWTech 320 Rad, Modded 655 Pump, Koolance 345 Memory: 16GB 4x4 G.Skill CAS9 2133 Sniper Video Card(s): Sapphire R9 290x BF4 Edition (Reference) - EK-FC Waterblock Hard http://planetweb20.com/core-2/dual-core-vs-core-2-duo-which-is-better.html Nice piece of silicon. But if it was my computer, your in the position to go FULL BLOWN on the processor and not really suffer any problems down the line. Tell us what you think of this new feature - FEEDBACK? 02 / 07 / 2017 | 3:08PM RSS Newsletter Hardware Sections Beginners Guides Cases and Access.

If it blows by 2012 or before it, then you can buy a whole new setup that will be faster on pennys on the dollar. Rubenvb View Public Profile Find all posts by Rubenvb (#2) morbias Don Tommasino Videocard: - Processor: - Mainboard: - Memory: - Soundcard: - PSU: - 01-06-2009, 21:25 Reason: Enlightenment [email protected]<>aBit IP35 Pro<>3870x2<>4GB G.Skill DDR2-1000<>OZC GameXtreme 700w Reply With Quote 07-14-2008,08:24 PM #17 dr.noob View Profile View Forum Posts Xtreme Member Join Date May 2008 Location Portugal Posts 181 Check This Out Last edited by JZL; 03-25-2008 at 08:16 PM.

Memory: 4gb kingston Video Card(s): hd 5870 Software: win7 64 bit You will not see much of a difference from 3.8GHz to 4.0 GHz but you will see it in benchmarks Full Review Tesoro Zone Balance Gaming Chair Reviewed by WilliamGayde Introduction A proper gaming chair won't make your computer run faster or directly make you a better gamer, but once ive owned a few e8500's and never had any problems with them running at those volts.

The perfect place to be in right now is to have a quad and some dx11 for future gaming.Click to expand...

Mar 23, 2010 at 8:03 PM #3 Goodman Joined: Jun 13, 2009 Messages: 1,527 (0.55/day) Thanks Received: 331 Location: Canada/Québec/Montreal System Specs System Name: Main PC Processor: PII 925 @3.724GHz (266x14) The Guru of 3D, the Hardware Guru, and 3D Guru are trademarks owned by Hilbert Hagedoorn. -- Aria -- Dark -- Fast Contact Us - The Guru of 3D - Archive Logga in och gör din röst hörd. When it was new, it ran stable 3.6 with auto BIOS setting it to 1.29 to 1.3.

instead of aiming for 4ghz why not 4.2ghz as long as the temps are reasonable? Mar 24, 2010 at 1:21 AM #22 MatTheCat New Member Joined: Jun 21, 2008 Messages: 883 (0.28/day) Thanks Received: 129 System Specs System Name: Bitch Processor: Intel i7 2600K @4.6Ghz Motherboard: If you couldn't get 3.6 using the settings provided in some of those threads you probably have other problems ( most likely the value ram ) 400 FSB isn't a big this contact form But so far so good it's been running like this for long months now with no problems at all.

In short, I get better performance on my rig with the E8400 dual core and the higher grade gfx card. solved Intel i5-6600K Running Stable at 4.8GHz w/ no VCore Change... Rankning kan göras när videoklippet har hyrts. Follow Guru3D on twitter.

Furthermore, the benchmarks I am using (Heaven and 3dMark06) are indicating that I am not getting particulary overly fantastic performance improvements for putting all these extra volts through my CPU. CD-ROMs / DVDROM Chipsets Computers / SFF PCs Cooling - Heatsinks CPU / Processors Digital Cameras HDD / SSD (Storage) Home Theatre Memory MP3 Players Monitors Motherboards Mouse Pads Networking Notebooks If so, disable it and check again. Its even 5, 5, 5 15 spec'd!

See where that gets me... GPU-E (13 items) CPUMotherboardGraphicsGraphicsi7 970 B1 @ 4.25GHzEVGA X58 Classified 3 (E770)EVGA GTX 970 SSCEVGA GTX 660 SCRAMHard DriveHard DriveHard Drive24GB Corsair XMS3Crucial M500 120GBCrucial M4 256GBSamsung Spinpoint F3 1TB And yeah, 1.5V is really high to run with your given processor. Tjmax is 100c on E85/600 cpu's i believe.Click to expand...

I found way back that this gave me just as good performance as 500+ MHz running at 5-5-5-15. Mar 23, 2010 at 9:33 PM #14 tigger I'm the only one Joined: Mar 20, 2006 Messages: 10,307 (2.59/day) Thanks Received: 1,501 System Specs System Name: Black to the Core MKIV Hm, could it have something to do with your mobo maybe? Mar 23, 2010 at 10:22 PM #19 Jamborhgini313 New Member Joined: Apr 8, 2009 Messages: 205 (0.07/day) Thanks Received: 26 System Specs System Name: my pc Processor: i5 2500k 5.2ghz @

EIST doesn't give me problems on my other boards, P45, G31 that I also overclcock but on this P5N-D, EIST really gets in the way of stable overclocks. Last edited by Rickster_64; 07-14-2008 at 08:36 PM. System Used CPU: AMD FX-8350 (OC: 4.7GHz @ 1.45V) Cooler: Thermalright Macho X2 Motherboard: ASUS 970 Pro... I disabled CIE and EIST and got significantly farther into an OCCT run before it failed again at 4212-- but it did fail.

So my question to you friendly people is: what to increase? (PS: auto vCore for 400 fsb is around 1.27: IBT skyrockets temps after a couple seconds, so that's a nogo) It'll do 4.2, 4.3 or so without too much heat, but it's not quite stable after a while and I can't be bothered to spend the hours finetuning the parameters to Like I say, I decided in the past that 4GHz wasn't worth it but someone on here said that because I was getting a 5850, that I should push CPU to