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My E4300 Over Clock...Plus Cool Pictures

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April 3, 2007 12:40:20 AM

E4300
ASUS P5W DH Deluxe
G.Skill DDR2 800
Scythe Ninja

Stock Volts
3.0 GHz
Dual Prime95
Temps just below 55 70 70
Stable
All fans on full

Stock Volts
2.6 GHz
Temps cooler
All fans on half (much quieter)



E4300 I can't quite get to fit, I'll play with it more later.







Photos taken with a Olympus C-8080. 10 - 15 second shutter time, case "painted" with LED flashlight...
April 3, 2007 1:32:02 AM

WOW! MyE4300 with the free ECS Mobo only goes 2.5mgz at stock volts. Is quite! Nice Pics :D 
April 3, 2007 1:59:39 AM

What are you using to measure your temps? I have recently discoverd that TAT is reporting my E4300 temps too high. +15C. since I have similar temps and OC as you I thought I would ask. Cause people are starting to believe as I am the the L2 stepping of the E4300 is causing TAT to read too high.
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April 3, 2007 2:26:52 AM

Just looks like a case all lighted up nothing really special



Temp is with system maxed playing bf and running 3 heavy apps oc'ed to the max
April 3, 2007 6:06:53 AM

Gomer,

I bet I know why it's in a box. LOL. That RAD looks great. with that 400mm Fan on it.


FOR: Little Scrapper,

My temps on my ECS P4M800PRO-M V.2 as reported by bios
Room Temp 74f
START UP TEMPS CPU at Idle=16c/60f
MoBo at Idle=30c/86f

IDLE TEMPS CPU = 20C/68F
MoBo = 34/93

LOAD TEMPS 23c / 73f CPU Load as reported by BIOS.
35c / 95f MoBo Load

Multi=9
FSB=278 which gives 2.502ghz stock Volts 1.296v in BIOS.
Orthos running 16min Quick load test.

Will Boot into bios at 300fsb * 9. Not Stable. Mey bet is Volts and Ram?
Well I guess that means +14f. Were is my C converter?

Pad/Pin Mod to CPU Shows up 2.4 in BIOS
C90 Copper with adapter
AS5
4ea 80mm Quite fans 17db
Antec 500w PSU
AIW X800XT GPU AGP
PCMark05 sores =4800
2gigs DDR PC4000 Redlines 3-3-2-8
April 3, 2007 1:10:52 PM

Quote:
What are you using to measure your temps? I have recently discoverd that TAT is reporting my E4300 temps too high. +15C. since I have similar temps and OC as you I thought I would ask. Cause people are starting to believe as I am the the L2 stepping of the E4300 is causing TAT to read too high.


I was using SpeedFan and I had to adjust the two core temperatures up +15. TAT matched when I did that but would not measure the 3rd temperature at all. It always reported 100 no matter what...

I don't remember what CoreTemp read. When I get home from work I'll go fire them all up and post all the details...

Travis
April 3, 2007 5:13:49 PM

I am highly skeptical of your temps because your idle temp is 14 degrees BELOW your room temp!! That is physically impossible without refridgeration. Even water rigs cannot make the idle temp lower than room temperature.
April 3, 2007 11:05:23 PM



In SpeedFan I have upped the core0/1 temperature up 15 degrees. I've heard that either TAT reports it 15 to high or SpeedFan does it 15 degrees to low. Well, unadjusted SpeedFan would be reporting my cores below ambient which is impossible so therefore it's reporting too low.
April 3, 2007 11:54:50 PM

So my system runs fine at 333 x 9. The memory is DDR2 800 so I wanted to try and run that at full speed.

I change the multiplier to 400 X 8 and it doesn't boot. Drop it to 400 x 7 and it still doesn't boot. What else do I need to change to get it to boot? Do I need to change a RAM setting?
April 4, 2007 7:53:32 AM

Yes RAM Divider. I don't know about DDR2 quite yet. Hell, I'm not sure about my mem settings. :( 


My muskin PC4000 DDR my be it? CPUZ reads 2.4GHZ @ 1060FSB. At 2.5 running 1115fsb, around there. If I'm thinking right at 2:35am? I can boot in to windows at 300fsb but is unstable. Need a volt MOD for Motherboard ECS Mobo, ECS P4M800PRO-M V.2.

Yea, I wonder myself about CPU temps. I guess it would be correct for simple subtraction from Amiant to startup TEMP and add to the PLUS Side, in BIOS.

I have cooling with http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E168.... Fits very easy and nice, I like it. My issue is BIOS only gives me, + .01v-.02v & top spot .03v. increase in CPU Voltage, I run out of juice before the max 300fsb setting in BIOS.

Still for $159.00 for the combo. It's hard to beat at Frys, sometimes. ECS Tech support told me V.2 of mobo has AGP/PCI lock.

Any better ideas on recording correct temps on CPU and MoBo. My sig, Rig runs water and so I get no real temp reading I trust. I need the same thing for it. Someone should be making some money here. I would buy 2.

Peace out all, thanks for any help!
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