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E7500 with Hyper 212 EVO

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October 21, 2013 6:14:02 AM

hello. i just wanna ask if this temperature is normal?
I'm using a prime95 software to stress my CPU.

here are the results



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October 21, 2013 6:18:06 AM

Yes, looks good.
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October 21, 2013 6:38:23 AM

Bejusek said:
Yes, looks good.


i think ill be overclocking this with setfsb cause i have an intel board. how far can i go with this cpu?
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October 21, 2013 6:44:02 AM

Looks good to me.
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October 21, 2013 6:48:15 AM

What's the mainboard?
What's the RAM?
Can you change memomory multipliers in setFSB?

3.5GHz should be doable with this CPU. Motherboard may seriously limit you though.
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October 21, 2013 6:52:21 AM

Bejusek said:
What's the mainboard?
What's the RAM?
Can you change memomory multipliers in setFSB?

3.5GHz should be doable with this CPU. Motherboard may seriously limit you though.


DG41RQ
1x2gb 800Mhz 1x1gb 800Mhz



how much ram do i need sir for OC?
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October 21, 2013 8:49:52 AM

Not the amount, but speed of RAM is important.
Increasing the FSB, increases your RAM clock too. That's why I asked about multipliers - you need them to keep the memory speed around 800MHz.

With this motherboard, you won't be able to overclock your CPU much.
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October 21, 2013 8:54:03 AM

Bejusek said:
Not the amount, but speed of RAM is important.
Increasing the FSB, increases your RAM clock too.

With this motherboard, you won't be able to overclock your CPU much.


hmm i dont know what is that.
here is a picture of setFSB
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October 21, 2013 9:20:36 AM

There is no option to set memory multiplier in this software (and I would be surprised if there were).
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October 21, 2013 2:52:00 PM

Bejusek said:
There is no option to set memory multiplier in this software (and I would be surprised if there were).


is there a software that would do that?
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October 22, 2013 1:34:01 AM

No, I don't think there is.
Go to BIOS -> Advanced -> Chipset Configuration Menu
There should be an option 'Memory Frequency'. It should be possible to lower it. This would effectively change the FSB : DRAM multiplier and maybe give you a little more headroom to play with FSB speed. Again, do not hope for much OC with this mainboard. It's not meant for it.
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October 22, 2013 3:16:44 AM

Bejusek said:
No, I don't think there is.
Go to BIOS -> Advanced -> Chipset Configuration Menu
There should be an option 'Memory Frequency'. It should be possible to lower it. This would effectively change the FSB : DRAM multiplier and maybe give you a little more headroom to play with FSB speed. Again, do not hope for much OC with this mainboard. It's not meant for it.



whats a good LGA 775 Board for OC? i mean the best and budget board. can you suggest one? i think ill buy a second hand one :) 

edit:
in memory frequency i have two choices 667mhz and 800mhz since you said lower i changed the default 800mhz to 667mhz. how does this help?

and also my current memory setting would be 6-6-6-18
that would be maximum
my memory voltage is 1.80
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October 22, 2013 3:39:41 AM

Please do some reading on basics of Core2Duo overclocking - the FSB impact on system components, voltages, timing etc.

If you really want to invest money in this system, look for P35 or P45 (ddr2) boards.
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October 22, 2013 3:44:29 AM

Bejusek said:
Please do some reading on basics of Core2Duo overclocking - the FSB impact on system components, voltages, timing etc.

If you really want to invest money in this system, look for P35 or P45 (ddr2) boards.


thankyou for your help sir

EDIT:

Would this be a good one? GIGABYTE GA-EP45-UD3R
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October 22, 2013 4:11:19 AM

Yes, it is a very good board. However, investing in your PC to have it overclocked doesn't make sense. So if you can get this (any) board cheap, only then go for it.
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October 22, 2013 5:17:58 AM

Bejusek said:
Yes, it is a very good board. However, investing in your PC to have it overclocked doesn't make sense. So if you can get this (any) board cheap, only then go for it.


yes yes. ill be upgrading this christmas, ill be investing on amd. waiting for kaveri apu hoping they can be hybrid crossfire with my 7770 :D 
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