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I need help overclocking my e7500 on a p5n-d

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July 10, 2011 6:06:28 AM

E7500 right now clocked at 3.33ghz (333mhz x 10) VID 1.285
vcore set at 1.3v in bios (actual is 1.25v)
corsair xms ddr2 800 pc6400c4 set at 4-4-4-12 400mhz 2.09v

right now after several hours and no errors running p95 my core 0 is 51c and core 1 is 48c

are these good settings so far?

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July 10, 2011 8:37:56 AM

yes they are good. you can probably push it a bit further at the cost of cooling + power consumption. is this what u needed help with?
July 10, 2011 3:58:58 PM

So your saying maybe ramp up my vcore A bit and maybe kick the speed up too 11x333mhz?

should I be worrying about nb and sb voltages and what not yet?
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July 10, 2011 5:33:04 PM

i believe the maximum voltage ur cpu can take is about 1.4v. but doing so is really pushing it and you might want to consider having to upgrade soon as the lifetime of the cpu decreases by overclocking. if you can handle the cooling at those temps (recommend anything below 60 on load), then u can theoretically push the cpu up higher in clocks. if u can increase the multiplier thats should be the best option to start off with. do it in steps: one multiplier, lil bit of cpu clock etc etc...
youdont need to change nb voltages unless u are overclocking your ram or change the ram timings (in rare cases).
July 10, 2011 6:41:33 PM

I just tested with p95 overnight with these settings

3.66ghz (11x333mhz)
1.36v (1.32 full load)


after about 8 hours of testing in-place large ffts my temps were:

Core 0 : 54c
Core 1 : 52c

These seemed like pretty low temps so i ended up raising the voltage to about 1.4 ( 1.36 full load) and the speeds to 3.85ghz(11x350mhz) and started to test again with p95 but after an hour or so, my screen wont come back on when i go to my PC to check it (its set to auto shut off at 10 mins) and the only thing i can do is press the power button to turn off and on again. When i get back into windows after bringing my voltage down to 1.37 and speeds to 3.66 (11x333), my p95 results.txt show this

[Sun Jul 10 09:43:18 2011]
Self-test 1024K passed!
Self-test 1024K passed!
[Sun Jul 10 09:58:46 2011]
Self-test 896K passed!
Self-test 896K passed!
[Sun Jul 10 10:14:14 2011]
Self-test 768K passed!
Self-test 768K passed!
[Sun Jul 10 10:29:44 2011]
Self-test 640K passed!
Self-test 640K passed!
[Sun Jul 10 10:45:14 2011]
Self-test 512K passed!
Self-test 512K passed!
[Sun Jul 10 11:00:34 2011]
Self-test 448K passed!
Self-test 448K passed!


It looks also to me that the last test shown is about when i went back to check it but had to shut it down.

The weird thing is my computer was still running and everything just the screen wouldnt register back with the computer.

What could be doing this?
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July 12, 2011 2:46:12 AM

you should be able to get them to 3.6 with no voltage incerease. keep temps under 70C and your fine.
January 13, 2012 4:44:22 PM

iam2thecrowe said:
you should be able to get them to 3.6 with no voltage incerease. keep temps under 70C and your fine.


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And how I can make that happened I already tried couple of times and I evcen get a blue screen or my games just hang
January 13, 2012 4:52:34 PM

Peskoly said:
I just tested with p95 overnight with these settings

3.66ghz (11x333mhz)
1.36v (1.32 full load)


after about 8 hours of testing in-place large ffts my temps were:

Core 0 : 54c
Core 1 : 52c

These seemed like pretty low temps so i ended up raising the voltage to about 1.4 ( 1.36 full load) and the speeds to 3.85ghz(11x350mhz) and started to test again with p95 but after an hour or so, my screen wont come back on when i go to my PC to check it (its set to auto shut off at 10 mins) and the only thing i can do is press the power button to turn off and on again. When i get back into windows after bringing my voltage down to 1.37 and speeds to 3.66 (11x333), my p95 results.txt show this

[Sun Jul 10 09:43:18 2011]
Self-test 1024K passed!
Self-test 1024K passed!
[Sun Jul 10 09:58:46 2011]
Self-test 896K passed!
Self-test 896K passed!
[Sun Jul 10 10:14:14 2011]
Self-test 768K passed!
Self-test 768K passed!
[Sun Jul 10 10:29:44 2011]
Self-test 640K passed!
Self-test 640K passed!
[Sun Jul 10 10:45:14 2011]
Self-test 512K passed!
Self-test 512K passed!
[Sun Jul 10 11:00:34 2011]
Self-test 448K passed!
Self-test 448K passed!


It looks also to me that the last test shown is about when i went back to check it but had to shut it down.

The weird thing is my computer was still running and everything just the screen wouldnt register back with the computer.

What could be doing this?


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What was your PCI-E settings? was it on Auto or set to 100mhz! also your memory multiplier, timing of ram and all the other settings?

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