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    E3200 Overclocking

    Decided to crank this up to 4GHz as it's a nice round number. Not too sure about all the different temperature numbers these various programs are chucking out. Anyone care to comment on whether the heat or voltage is too high?

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    Re: E3200 Overclocking

    Temps look safe to me. Nice OC man!

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    Re: E3200 Overclocking

    Very nice overclock. Vcore is fine, the highest stock vcore is 1.3625V [source], so you are below that.

    I was actually thinking of getting one of the Celeron E3xxx series myself for a future build, and nice to see that it overclocks well.

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    Re: E3200 Overclocking

    Cheers. Was just wondering since it it was only like 45C load @ stock... now it's 67C. The beauty is the processor was only £35 so I don't really care if it blows up after a year. Was from Scan if you want one, I guess they have a good/new batch. Mobo P45.

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    Re: E3200 Overclocking

    Hi
    I am not sure if you have tested the stability and temps long enough.
    IMO the temp. are a little high - 73 degrees after relatively brief test ?

    Do you know OCCT ? Try if you do not OCCT - great tool for testing stability and temperatures.
    10 min with Linpack can tell you a lot about the OC

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    Re: E3200 Overclocking



    Trimmed a tiny bit off the voltage. Core temp maxed out at 66C now instead of 67C and it's been running for 14 hours. Under full load in normal applications it only gets to around 58-59C. It's just Prime95 which is giving it a run for it's money. I have had a E7200 (also Wolfdale) running at 70+ under load and it has lasted over 18 months so far.

    I'm gonna stick with the RealTemp and CoreTemp voltages. Not sure how accurate CPUID is but I just use it for voltages and fan RPM.

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    Re: E3200 Overclocking

    This is the second time I've done a double take when looking at this thread and thinking £3200. I don't know why.
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    [QUOTE=ta2;1806372]Decided to crank this up to 4GHz as it's a nice round number. Not too sure about all the different temperature numbers these various programs are chucking out. Anyone care to comment on whether the heat or voltage is too high?

    Cheers



    hi when i set i to work at 4ghz windows freezes on boot, ram frequency is not high, some advices.. please

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