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Old 30th March, 2008, 06:04 PM
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Post E2200 Overclocking Results

Had it for a while now, so I thought I'd post it.

Cooling setup is TT Kandalf LCS watercooling, with /very/ bad AS5 application job (really bad).

Hardware:
E2200 2.2Ghz CPU
EX38-DS4 Intel X38 motherboard
PNY 2X 2GB DDR2-800
Corsair HX-620 PSU

Highest FSB possible: 350Mhz, seams capped at that on this board
Highest possible clockspeed: 322X11 @ 1.6V 3.52Ghz
Best stable speed: 300X11 @ 1.45V 3.3Ghz

At 3.3Ghz running Folding@Home SMP client under Linux, average temperature fully loaded: 38C Core0 42C Core1 (Core1 is always hotter, possibly uneven thermal compound)

This chip is now nearing the end of its life as an overclocked chip, and will soon be going into a board for my grandfather, but in the short time I've had it, its been surprisingly good. As an upgrade from the old Athlon 64 3200+ I had, it was massive, and extremely good value at the bargain basement price they retail for.

For anyone still on an older Athlon / Athlon 64, or even an intel CrapBurst chip, its a nice upgrade and well worth the pittance you pay for it.
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Please pardon my ignorance, what's a 'CrapBurst?'
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Please pardon my ignorance, what's a 'CrapBurst?'
NetBurst's more descptive 'nome de plume'
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Old 31st March, 2008, 06:30 AM
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LOL...yea I got an old Pentium 4 2.4Ghz CrapBurst ® in my 7 year old system and it still works like the day I got it! Even after 7 years of overclocking it, it never lost any performance & I never had to increase any voltage to it.
That’s one thing you got to say good about those old P4 processors, they are hard to kill and can stand a LOT of HEAT!!!
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Old 31st March, 2008, 02:46 PM
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Yea, I've got a few lying around. The most reliable machine I've got is still the old AMD Athlon XP 2400+ / EPoX 8K3A that I built (with a duron originally) when I first visited AOA for the first time.

That machine has had some of the worst PSUs, cooling, and cases, has been 24/7 since... forever, and runs at about 75C. Its the machine that still folds for me and runs as my home server.

I have so much love for it. Its like that sad, old, 3 legged, farmer's dog, that still hobbles along with a smile in spite of its age and frailty. One of my mates owns this 1979 Subaru BRAT pickup. Its completely rusted out, has been through flooded creeks, has been towing boats around since it was bought, is up around the 300K mile mark, and has the unhealthiest sounding 4 cylinder engine you've ever heard. But, it doesn't break down, and never complains. In 30 years time it wouldn't suprise me if the BRAT was still hauling cargo. It has character in spades, and he will never sell the thing.

I won't ever sell my 8K3A / 2400+ either.
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I'll have to throw some numbers up from my 2140 as I get time to really beat up on it. It doesn't do real well in overall GHZ but the 6 multi works pretty well on my P35 board.

LOL.. I have an 87 Mazda B2000 P/U that is the same way. It's old and brown so it's affectionately called "the turd". It always gets you there though.

My NF7-S is still hanging around and still folding too.
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