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    Default E7300 and UD3P overclock

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    CPU Host Frequency (Mhz) ............360
    PCI Express Frequency (Mhz) .....100 lock

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    Last edited by Tyreman; 08-26-2009 at 02:11 AM. Reason: changes
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    Default Re: E7300 and UD3P overclock

    Need advice with this, or was you just posting your settings for others?

    Just checking, in case you did need some help

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    Default Re: E7300 and UD3P overclock

    Just posted this up with what results I got.
    Think this is about it for the E7300 as far as mhz?
    Any suggestions though are always welcome.
    Feel free to advise away.
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    Default Re: E7300 and UD3P overclock

    Ahh well I was just wondering, since you didn't make any comments with the post.

    Ya, it could be the limit of your CPU or cooling? Not sure, but I can say you can use more voltage for sure and push further if you have good cooling. I have seen these CPU's past 4Ghz easy

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    MCH Ref down to 0.756v now.


    Temps running about 62-64 max on full test phase so far OCCT shows

    Keep in mind thats OCCT Linpak on Custom 4 and 3hr hr.0min Test mode: Max(90% free memory)

    Arctic Cooling Freezer 7 pro cooler on board.
    Seated properly as can be.
    32 bit Vista.

    Maybe get their exteme cooler.
    Their biggest.

    Theres more MHz. here to get.

    I can feel it







    Last edited by Tyreman; 07-17-2009 at 09:46 PM.
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    test additions
    Last edited by Tyreman; 07-20-2009 at 05:37 AM.
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    Default Re: E7300 and UD3P overclock

    There is indeed as Lsd says more to be had if you're able to push voltages and keep temps low.

    I'm running an E7400 at 411*9.5 for 3.9GHz using 1.424V stable. I'm certain with a little more voltage it will do 4GHz + but will also possibly require more than 1.4V CPU termination. I'm running exactly 1.4VTT now, with all attempts to reduce it failing. I've gone through 100's of combinations of voltages to try getting 1.38VTT or lower to no avail.

    I would guestimate that you could get 3.8GHz on 1.4V Vcore or less. The key to my stability other than the Vcore and VTT was setting VTT temporarily to 1.2V then setting MCH ref to 0.720V, and then restoring VTT to 1.4V.

    When I say stable, I mean 12 hours Prime95 Small FFT, 12 hours Large FFT and 24 hours Blend. I've also passes 50 iterations of Intel Burn Test and am able to successfully extract a WinRAR compressed 7.5GB .iso file and 4.5GB of MP3's and family photos. It is also fully 3D stable in many games including hours on end of Crysis Warhead, World of Warcraft, Call of Duty 2, 4 and 5, Prototype, Street Fighter IV and many others. I have had no BSOD's what so ever since arriving at my current settings
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    Default Re: E7300 and UD3P overclock

    My biggest problem is a cooler.
    I have the arctic 7 freezer pro.
    BUT I am at 62-64 degrees now when cpu fully test on OCCT at above settings on custom
    Last edited by Tyreman; 07-10-2009 at 08:09 AM.
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    Default Re: E7300 and UD3P overclock

    I see.

    As you can see from my sig, I have a TrUE, which keeps me at the same temps as you currently have (2-3c bellow actually) with a higher clock speed and voltage. The Freezer 7 is still a good cooler though and is excellent value for money.

    I suppose it all depends on how much you want more speed. Weigh up if it's a good idea to spend X ammount of currency to get 300-500MHz more from your CPU. If it is worth it to you then you can definately do it, there is room to go higher on voltages. I|f you decide it's not worth it for you that's OK. 3.6GHz is almost 1GHz more than stock, which is an amazingly good overclock indeed.
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    2 x 2GB Mushkin Ridgeback (996902), @ 7-10-8-27, 2010-DDR, 1.66v
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    Believe it not its not the money of the new cooler....its taking the motherboard out and putting on the rear piece(rear of mb) to mount to the cooler. ugh!

    Do you know anything about the Arctic freezer Extreme their largest cooler?

    With it you don't have to remove the mb.

    The bracket fastens on the cpu heatsink\fan board holes with separate clips first, which lock it in.
    Then rad screws to the bracket
    Anybody you know using it?
    I have heard it will only give about 4 degrees lower.
    Your cooler is better
    Last edited by Tyreman; 07-10-2009 at 08:40 AM.
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    Seasonic X660
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