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Thread: EP45-UD3P and E5200 Bios Settings




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    Default Re: EP45-UD3P and E5200 Bios Settings

    This is awsome Ive been looking and reading for some time now even ordered another cpu because I coulnd find to much on this one, ordered a q6600 but I am going to try these setting anyway I hope they work with my gskill 6400 4-4-4-12. thanks lsdmeasap
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    Default Re: EP45-UD3P and E5200 Bios Settings

    So I have the e5200 and the same motherboard. The only difference is that i do have that G.Skill Pi ram from the link above. its settings are 4-4-4-12 at 1.8-1.9 Volts. Also, as i am new at this, when overclocking, should I try to set one thing at a time? I mean should i leave everything except like the pci value (100) set to auto and focus on vcore and fsb(including letting it set the ram). I have read some guides to this but am a bit confused. Also i was trying to just match your settings but I couldnt figure out if you meant vcore in bios should be that or if that accounts for vdroop(which i dont really understand either) any advice would be much appreicated! Thanks!

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    Default Re: EP45-UD3P and E5200 Bios Settings

    OK.
    I must be doing something wrong. I can get up to about 250 FSB and no higher no matter what the voltage(up to 1.3625 or whatever intel recommentds). At 250 i can use the stock voltage of 1.22500. then it just stops. All I am adjusting is Vcore and bus tho. Not memory or anythnig like that. i was just seeing what I could do. Am I missing a setting or something that I need to change off auto? This is sorta disappointing, I was hoping for 3.5 Ghz...

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    Default Re: EP45-UD3P and E5200 Bios Settings

    LSD4MASAP, Thankyou so much for helping the orignal guy. I happen to have the exact same setup as him, and couldn't find ANY help online. all of the guides I was reading were using different mobo's and after several hours of reading/attempting to overclock, I didn't feel safe. I used your settings, and memtest86+ was perfect and orthos is fine so far.... (we'll see).

    Anyways I have a question that anyone answer....

    I clocked it to 350 *10 to get the 3.5ghz speed, but orthos is reporting my cpu speed as 4374mhz!!!

    why is it reporting that, and is it safe?

    Thanks for helping me.

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    Default Re: EP45-UD3P and E5200 Bios Settings

    Quote Originally Posted by laneza01 View Post
    So I have the e5200 and the same motherboard. The only difference is that i do have that G.Skill Pi ram from the link above. its settings are 4-4-4-12 at 1.8-1.9 Volts. Also, as i am new at this, when overclocking, should I try to set one thing at a time? I mean should i leave everything except like the pci value (100) set to auto and focus on vcore and fsb(including letting it set the ram). I have read some guides to this but am a bit confused. Also i was trying to just match your settings but I couldnt figure out if you meant vcore in bios should be that or if that accounts for vdroop(which i dont really understand either) any advice would be much appreicated! Thanks!
    I think he meant vcore in whatever program you use should be at 1.36v, not the bios. I put my vcore in the bios to 1.400000 and it ended up coming out to 1.36v (intel's recommended) in cpu-z.

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