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Dragon_CPU 16th April 2008 10:21 AM

E2200 OC on Air.....Stable
How is this for an OC on air for an E2200 2.2 @ 3.45
Perfectly stable on an XFX 630i/7109 mb.

Heres a link pic was too big....

http://i294.photobucket.com/albums/m...n_CPU/desk.jpg

Olin Coles 16th April 2008 11:30 AM

Can we get a picture of the setup? Perhaps list the CPU cooler you used, too.

Dragon_CPU 22nd April 2008 02:26 PM

Been a bit since I been back here......I'm using a Rosewill z300 92mm cpu cooler with artic silver will post rig pics once I get my cam back from mom (let her borrow it)
No need to lap this since the copper is polished already.

http://rosewill.com/product/product.aspx?productId=987


Mike Dawson 14th May 2008 07:04 PM

That's a pretty good overclock for a 65nm processor :)

A suggestion though, assuming you have at least DDR2-800 Ram, why not lower the multiplier and raise the FSB to 400 with a 1:1 FSB:RAM ratio, or will the chipset you're using not support such high FSB speeds?

As a side note, it has been noted that nVidia chipsets suffer (or at least do not gain) when not using a 1:1 ratio, while most intel chipsets are able to benefit if the memory speed is raised no matter how you do it (including a non-synchronous ratio)

Again, good job with the overclock!

BuffaloChips 15th May 2008 06:24 AM

I think that is really good on that heatsink. That same heatsink came with my Core2, it just had an Intel fan on it!

taminhncna 27th November 2012 02:19 AM

oh! its great!


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