E5200 on a Gigabyte GA-X48T-DQ6

Witch are the best air overclock settings?
I still use F4 BIOS the others crash beyond 333Mhz.
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  1. There is a very small chance for e5200 going past fsb 333
  2. MaDMagik said:
    There is a very small chance for e5200 going past fsb 333


    I meant 300Mhz. Sorry about that.
    I would like to set it at 333Mhz BUS. F5 and F6D crash with this setting. F4 works fine
  3. MaDMagik said:
    There is a very small chance for e5200 going past fsb 333

    Yeah. I can get mine only to 3.78 GHz ( 315 MHz X 12). :(

    Of course that's with leftover parts. And it's 24 hours Orthos stable. Not bad for an inexpensive processor.
  4. @jsc well you still have a 0.5 left on multi ;]

    From those several e5200s that I came across only one ran ok at 333, one wouldnt go past 305. The one i kept for myself runs ok at 330. It was an awesome cpu for the money when I bought it.

    @Miguel - let me get this straight: it works fine @300 or 333 with the F4 bios?

    You have to consider the possibility that you may have one of those "less capable" ones and it wont go past certain point no matter what you do. But post other settings(voltages, memory multiplier etc) maybe its something else.
    Also go through this guide it can help you a lot http://www.tomshardware.co.uk/forum/page-245679_11_0.html
  5. I run my e5200 on an old Gigbyte 965P DS3 Rev 3.3 Beta F14 and i find 12.5x 310 = 3875Mhz @1.38v /1240fsb to be very stable .. It can post @ 4Ghz but never really worked out the bugs..
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