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Old 16th October 2009, 19:04   #1
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Hi folks,
Since i decided to start again with overclocking i thought it was time to test some stuff in my daily internet/gaming rig. Just to get the feeling again before i actualy go out and buy stuff.
Iv'e been out for almost 2 years now so don't expect anything at all
cause what amazes me can bore you

Specs :
Intel E5200 A334 2.5Ghz 12.5X200 2Mb L2 cache
Gigabyte EG31MF-S2
2X2GB Kingston value at 5-5-5-22
Sparkle Geforce 9800Gt 1GB 600/1500/900
Antec 550W earthwatts

Initial test : Speed passing at 4ghz
start frequency at boot Air cooled
4.0Ghz 12.5*320 1.55V set bios 1.5V real mems at 480Mhz 5-5-7-22 2.0V
Vga at 655/1615/975

Superpi 1M : 14.031sec
Aquamark 03 : 180235
3dMark03 : 39892
3dmark2001 : 54512


to be updated, looking for tests to be run, downloading software .
If anybody can help me with a working clockgen, that would be awesome!
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Old 16th October 2009, 19:44   #2
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I think one of these two is the clockgen you're looking for.

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Old 16th October 2009, 19:48   #3
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Yes it should be one of those 2, and how does it work now? I simply find a file to add to clockgen? Confused? Thx for the input!

*edit*
nevermind massie!
It seems 2 years is already a longtime, didn't even knew i was using SetFsb in those days instead of clockgen.
RTM875-857 is my pll

Going to see how far this cpu will go on this budget board in SP1M to start with.
Again thx for your input!

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On the Setfsb website:





How's that FSB increase going? If I'm not mistaken, R0 is the latest revision of the Wolfdale silicon, so in theory it should be better in terms of FSB wall.
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I don't think this board is classified to test fsb properly.

Right now i pushed him to 4200mhz 336*12.5 with rams at 2/3 504Mhz
At 4225 i get not exact in round message at superpi, now i don't no anymore wheter this is cpu or mem related.
Tomorow i will drop the multi and test for fsb :-)
For now i have to say this cpu pleases me. Wonder how it will do underneath LN2 ^^
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It will do the average of this:

http://hwbot.org/hardware/processor/core_2_e5200_2.5ghz
http://hwbot.org/hardware/chipset/g31

Seems like 500+ FSB on G31 is not impossible
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It will do the average of this:

http://hwbot.org/hardware/processor/core_2_e5200_2.5ghz
http://hwbot.org/hardware/chipset/g31

Seems like 500+ FSB on G31 is not impossible
Hmm amazes me but to be honest, i'm a bit afraid to kill my daily rig so xtreme testing will be left for another board.

But the chip has potential no?

You got a good S775 laying around taking dust?
 
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No, I had to lend gear as well ... ^^
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No, I had to lend gear as well ... ^^
lol crisis voor iets he!
 
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No, I just sold it because it's too slow for me .

Turns out the E8600 I sold is pretty decent ...
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