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    Talking Intel Pentium E5400 - next best low budget think @ 5510MHz


    The name of new CPU is E5400 and tihs is short spec: 2.7 GHz, 2 MB cache, 13.5 Multiplier. The NDA is finis at 18.janur, and after that I will post pic of 24/7 stability (more than 4.1 GHz at air is not problem, but no more information ). Now you can see fast SS test, and just for fan I will try LN2 before the NJ.

    And the most important is that price of this model processor should be about 60euro

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    CPU: Intel Pentium E5400 (1.65V)
    MB: GIGABYTE P45 MB: GIGABYTE P45
    MEM: OCZ 1600 MHz MEM: OCZ 1600 MHz
    Spacemaster SS Rotary: -60C Spacemaster SS Rotary-60C

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    5510 MHz
    http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=471354



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    Last edited by Spacemaster; 01-10-2009 at 03:26 PM.

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    Thats a really nice speed for such a cheap CPU! Thanks for the preview

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    Aren't these supposed to be 333x8 @ stock? If 13.5x200 then that's a really nice deal for overclockers. You sure it's not only your ES that has up to 13.5x multi available?

    Luckily there's many P35 and P45 boards that allow higher than 500x8 but for 24/7 usage going above 500x8 is still becoming quite stressful for most boards, so a higher multi would definitely come handy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RPGWiZaRD View Post
    Aren't these supposed to be 333x8 @ stock? If 13.5x200 then that's a really nice deal for overclockers.

    Luckily there's many P35 and P45 boards that allow higher than 500x8 but for 24/7 usage going above 500x8 is still becoming quite stressful for most boards...
    This is the Pentium CPU, so stock FSB is 200MHz you can do rest of the math

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    Since this is a budget CPU and could fit well for budget setups, have you tried how far it clocks at 1.35~1.4v on air since budget users would most likely use aircooling.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RPGWiZaRD View Post
    Since this is a budget CPU and could fit well for budget setups, have you tried how far it clocks at 1.35~1.4v on air since budget users would most likely use aircooling.
    Quote Originally Posted by Spacemaster View Post
    The NDA is finis at 18.janur, and after that I will post pic of 24/7 stability (more than 4.1 GHz at air is not problem, but no more information ). Now you can see fast SS test, and just for fan I will try LN2 before the NJ.
    Yes, but I can not say to much, it just work over 4.1GHz at air 24/7 , with voltage lower than 1.3 V I will complet the test for my site, son
    Last edited by Spacemaster; 12-27-2008 at 09:58 AM.

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    I think the 12.5x E5200 is regularly taken 3.5-4Ghz on air or water. It is a 45nm low speed setup, but apparently no different from its E7xxx and E8xxx cousins. The quad equivalent is an E8200 becoming an E8300, but those are hampered by low multipliers on a fast bus.

    BTW, the E5200 is $83.

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    omg,nice budget chip

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    Wow! Thats a very nice chip!

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    E5400 looks nice. 13.5x multiplier as well.

    Another fun budget chip

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    I must agree with all

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    Awesome result
    FSB-Wall or max. clock considering the cooling-solution?
    I don't want to be hasty, but E5400 could be a very nice CPU for suicide shots (CPU-Z).
    The Initial value finished
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    is this CPU single core or dual core

    very nice overclocking matey
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    Quote Originally Posted by dinos22 View Post
    is this CPU single core or dual core

    very nice overclocking matey
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    i see
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    I starting to like these E5xxx, was a review of the E5200...that one have a multi on 12,5. And that one did go to 3,6 on stock so it seems that we have some funny cpus to oc now

    Spacemaster: Nice oc there what temps do you get with that phase?
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Water Dog View Post
    I starting to like these E5xxx, was a review of the E5200...that one have a multi on 12,5. And that one did go to 3,6 on stock so it seems that we have some funny cpus to oc now

    Spacemaster: Nice oc there what temps do you get with that phase?
    By the way, nice mobo you got there
    Thanks!

    SSS rotary = -60C

    All E5200 have M0 stepping, bull all E5400 will have new R0 stepping, so the OC with new E5400 must be better. I say 3.8-4.1 GHz with “OK” air cooling is possible
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    Update 5756 MHz - LN2 = -125C


    http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=481434






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    nice budget chip ! after playing with a 5200 4.0 = painless
    now maybe it's time for the 5400

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    im getting one for my phase bench def.
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    Very nice for a small budget
    thank's for sharing .
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    I finish review here and this is the 24/7 oc test with OCZ Vendetta II

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    What I'd really like to see, was a comparison between the E5400 on air @ 4GHZ or so, vs. C2D's like E72-7400's, E8400's and so forth.

    Can someone produce this, or the likes? Wondering if it would net me some decent performance at 4GHZ or so over my E2180 at 3.3GHZ.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DildePer View Post
    What I'd really like to see, was a comparison between the E5400 on air @ 4GHZ or so, vs. C2D's like E72-7400's, E8400's and so forth.

    Can someone produce this, or the likes? Wondering if it would net me some decent performance at 4GHZ or so over my E2180 at 3.3GHZ.
    New Pentium E5400 have 2MB L2 Cache memory, it is wolfdale base CPU, ant at 4GHz is much faster than E2180 at 3.3GHz

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