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Overclocking of Intel Core 2 Duo E7200
  

I want to know about the overclocking of Intel Core 2 Duo E7200. Since, I am having less knowledge about an overclocking, I am expecting that you members post the details of overclocking and other things in details. As always, make several buyers of a new processor, the question of whether some burst of power is and will be giving away almost. Thought that you guys would be useful in providing the answers. Please help me immediately.

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Re: Overclocking of Intel Core 2 Duo E7200

Thanks to a relatively high multiple of 9.5 - which under the Wolfdale processors, otherwise only the flagship E8500 has - a lot of potential lies in the seemingly small, insignificant processor. First, for a test, of course, the front side bus increase to 333 MHz, so that one has almost like a E8500 that has only about 3 MB of cache. The first hurdle was also used in conventional power quickly, so we turn to further experiments could. Next target was only once a FSB of 350 MHz, which would correspond to a core speed of about 3.33 GHz. However, this was only a small increase in operating voltage to just under 1.3 volts, but also ultimately ran flawlessly through the endurance test of Prime. From this value, but it is more criminal, to achieve higher earnings. To achieve our goal, an increase of 1,000 MHz compared to the reference clock, we managed with simple air cooling, but still. The auto function for the voltages in the BIOS makes the Gigabyte motherboards that each component gets fed to the required amount of energy. For the stable operation at 3.53 GHz for only 1.34 volts were required. Obviously, you can still continue to drive the processor to its limits, but since this is, as usual, still needed for further testing, we connect the site with a completely convincing results.
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Re: Overclocking of Intel Core 2 Duo E7200

For comparison to the reference model we have chosen some benchmarks that document the overclocking success. Of course, the store will benefit greatly from the overclocking, but also all the programs that are based purely on the processor frequency, show a significant increase. 3DMark06 is expected relatively strong depends on the CPU, a "real" games, however, show almost no increase.

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Re: Overclocking of Intel Core 2 Duo E7200

The advanced 45-nm production at the factory and also the very low applied voltage of 1.2 volts for the operation of the processor prompted us to explore the minimum on. Relatively light, we went through the already very low operating voltage for the control operation at the new processor to work, but were convinced pretty quickly otherwise. With only 1.008 volts, the boot in Windows Vista was completely possible, a Prime95 stable operation but not permanently. Allowed minor corrections to the tension we finally ensure a completely stable operation at 1.040 volts. This will be rewarded with an even lower power consumption and lower temperatures. In the prime-time test, we were only at around 183 watts, which moved our entire system from the outlet. The core temperature of the Core 2 Duo E7200 at 1.04 volts was only at 43 degrees. The radiator was not even on the surface, therefore warm to the touch, so we decided, the cooler on the processor without a fan just to let go so passive. Admittedly, our very well ventilated Tower of Cooler Master made sure that the processor could perform perfectly decoupled from the fan under the Intel boxed cooler is serving. The core temperature increased with increasing operation, however, to over 80 degrees, which demonstrates, among other things, that the cooler is simply not for the passive mode. A sophisticated design with, for example a heat pipe and a bulky heat sink, however, could provide the necessary cooling for the undervolting the processor. However, this is a job for experienced modders and cooling specialists but not for the layman. We expressly point out again that can change the price of processors every day, so a permanent correctness of the list can not be guaranteed.
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Re: Overclocking of Intel Core 2 Duo E7200

There is no official price for the Intel Core 2 Duo E7200 was previously unknown. The rumor mill for some months, but he speaks repeatedly of a price of $ 133, which corresponds to the same price that a E4700 is currently on hold. This is available for around 100 € up to date. As is but can not assume that is scheduled to start a similar price for the E7200, we have just estimated it at 110 €. After a few days on the market and the necessary pressure of competition, however this price is likely to become reality. As with the overview is the famous motto: If a processor in the price, it is moved in the chart above and its rating increased as a result. For this price / performance ratio, the overall rating is divided by the price and multiplied by 1,000. The result then represents the performance that is, rounded replaced, this time for one euro. The good performance for one, casually speaking, € 100 processor is currently in the price-performance ratio of this region can not be beaten. Only the smaller AMD Athlon can still score points in the division, but that we will devote a separate test.
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Yes, the whole package "Intel Core 2 Duo E7200" is simply amazing. Finally, the 45-nm process Intel holds in the lower-cost regions, catchment and shows what this technology is still everything. It is too easy to get over that expensive just over ? 100 processor comes along with 3 MB L2 cache. The new tear production, together with the SSE4 instructions, and other improvements over its predecessor, it more than out. The old E4000 series with the new processor has a really hard time and even the comparison to the E6000 series does not shy away from the new processor. In addition to the solid performance that comes in our overall rating down to one percent to a Core 2 Duo E6750 approach, the processor impresses with its very low power consumption. The 130-euro E6750 meets representatives of the supposedly smaller with less stroke, less L2 cache and a lower FSB connection loose from the price-performance throne. What stuck in reserves in the processor, has demonstrated our small attempt to overclocking, as we could quickly without much voltage increase times 1.000 MHz. But the other direction was successfully explored by us, where we could show that the Core 2 Duo E7200, even with just over one volt is fully operational yet. Thus, the processor is suitable for both small and yet energy-efficient computers to make do with minimal cooling, as well as for customers who want to tease a little more performance out.
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Re: Overclocking of Intel Core 2 Duo E7200

It would be nice if you could (CB) in the AMD processors refrain from using the term FSB. For undervolting: Nice, but my E6300 runs at 2.8 Ghz prime stable at 1.088 V, the load temperatures are in the weakly ventilated housing negligible. It might also have been interesting times, to subject the previous generation, such a test - maybe that would put the 45nm magic in a slightly different light. For upgraders, the CPU is really interesting, in a new PC but not a bad game. In any case, if the price is agreed. I think though that you have brought the 6MB Penryn not even on the market would have to (what for your 6MB L2, though, as the test shows, 3 do!), But it's all the better to see that we with so much less resource can achieve almost the same performance. After all, can claim the Penryn at the same clock without further against the big brothers and sisters and the previous generation!! Let's see when Intel will surprise us with the real P / L-ala CPUs Penyrn 1MB aka Celeron / Pentium. The low power I have personally seen all too happy with a separate comparison, 4850e +780 G + G31/35 vs E7200!
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Re: Overclocking of Intel Core 2 Duo E7200

In particular, the E8200 which I believe is for a good alternative to the E6600 would be interesting as a test. I would find particularly interesting the idle power consumption, since the performance in the areas with the new E8x00 certainly speak for themselves I think. That should be faster than the old E6x00 be clear, but what about the power consumption, particularly with regard to undervolting and passive operation. What would be generally interesting, of course, would be comparisons of "undervolting" E6x00 with "undervolting" E8x00. Perhaps it is indeed another like me and think about it an old E6600 (B2) be replaced by a E8200. I get my elderly E6600 (B2) CPU running stable on 1.024V in all positions (EIST + C1E). The temperatures have also improved significantly (IDLE: 41 ? to 34 ? in the semi-passive mode [120mm case fan to 7V draws warm air from the back] of a Scythe Ninja Rev. B) Motherboard: Gigabyte GA-P35-DS4. I also find that your computer base on the ravages of time have known and I am so super glad for the usual section "overclocking", which in my view sensible heading "Under Volt".
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