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E5200 Water cooling

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October 21, 2009 6:11:15 PM

Hey,
I was just wondering what Kind of Speeds I should be able to get with a H50 on my e5200?
I was kind of hoping to get 4.5GHz but maybe that's a bit ambitious.

Any ideas on temps and voltages?

Thanks in advance.

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October 21, 2009 7:13:08 PM

Didn't you already make a thread with exactly the same question? Keep it to one.

PS: 4.5 GHz isn't going to happen unless you move to a cooling solution far more advanced than an H50.
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October 21, 2009 7:24:41 PM

Just stop don't spend money on overclocking that get at least a q8200 if going water I have a q9400 at 3.8 with air just no need for water and no need for more than 4ghz you just won't notice anything above that.

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October 22, 2009 8:43:26 PM

1. 4Ghz+ OC on the E5xxx and other Pentium Dual Core CPUs are hard with out high end WCing and high voltages.

2. The H50 is no better than a pretty good air cooler such as a Core Contact Freezer (~$20 right now at Newegg after MIR).

3. Full specs?

@Thently: I'd like to see you try 3.8Ghz with out WCing on a i7 + Turbo.
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4ghz you just won't notice anything above that.

False. It depends on the PROGRAMS you are running. Programs such as MAYA,etc you WILL notice a difference.
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October 29, 2009 3:01:57 PM



corsair h50 , 26'C in my room
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