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OC E4500 on an asus P5ND2-SE

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April 25, 2009 1:15:22 PM

ive already oc'd my e4500 to 2.93ghz on this mobo. however would i be able to push it any further because the maxium fsb for the mobo is 1066mhz and that is what my cpu is at already.

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April 25, 2009 8:55:08 PM

what are your current oc settings - voltages, fsb, multiplier, etc.

also, what type of ram are you using and current heat of your cpu cores.

use Speedfan or Realtemp to find CORE temps (not CPU temps- huge difference).
April 27, 2009 10:14:42 AM

voltage:1.33
FSB: 266mhz
MULTI: 11x
ram: ddr2 667mhz (not going to be a limiting factor)
TEMPS: IDLE 40 LOAD 56 (using speed fan)
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April 27, 2009 12:19:07 PM

Depending on the bios, you sould be able to go beyond 266 MHZ.
If you choose the manual settings, you can probably exceed 266 MHZ.
Check with CPU-Z the actual frequency.
April 27, 2009 7:36:38 PM

How will i know if i'm damaging the motherboard. I would be going beyond the maximum FSB if any further than 1066mhz
May 3, 2009 7:19:43 AM

I don't think you can damage motherboards as easily these days - they just won't boot. But, I agree that you should be able to get past 266 - you can probably hit low 300s at least with that board and cpu. Don't be afraid to go up to 1.45 with this chip.

I built almost similar system before and got to 3.5ghz w/o much effort (I believe I used a gigabyte p35 tho...) --

I'd recommend higher fsb and lower multi if you find a speed you want to stick to. my experience, lower mutlis seem to be more stable - but you'll need a really fast mobo.

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