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ID:	756497 Hello to all! I am writing from Russia! I have a x5460 processor and above 3.8 I can not overclock as I have no experience! masters of the forum and experienced overclockers please help
    Last edited by myrashka; 07-07-2019, 06:17 PM.

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    Re: x5460 in 2019

    The chipset shown in MemSet is P45 but manual says it's a P43, whic hone is it?

    As far as I recall my P43 board did not boot at above 411MHz, and could have made stable at 406MHz, if it is P43 you at or near it's limit.

    Attach a text report of CPU-Z to your next post, will give a better picture on your setup.
    Last edited by Chike; 07-10-2019, 09:44 AM.

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      Re: x5460 in 2019

      Originally posted by Chike View Post
      The chipset shown in MemSet is P45 but manual says it's a P43, whic hone is it?

      As far as I recall my P43 board did not boot at above 411MHz, and could have made stable at 406MHz, if it is P43 you at or near it's limit.

      Attach a text report of CPU-Z to your next post, will give a better picture on your setup.
      DESKTOP-H595VTU.txt

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        Re: x5460 in 2019

        CPU-Z can't tell either so it must be P43 according to the manual and 3.8GHz is about the maximum you can get.

        I see VIN1 is 1.71v, I am guessing it is the memory voltage, considering the amount of memory you are using and the fact you are mixing 2 different modules it may be a good idea to get t o at least 1.8v.

        As for FSB termination, no default value is shown in BIOS. Manual states it is set to 1.1v when a 45nm processor is installed, and Intel's documentation says it should be 1.1v for this CPU, however for E8000/E7000 CPUs documentation says it should be 1.2v for Intel 4 serieschipsets, and 1.1v for Intel 3 series chipsets (e.g. P35).
        It may be VIN6, try to see with HWiNFO (sensors).

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          Re: x5460 in 2019

          P43 chip set,
          Overclocking depends on the cooler your using for the CPU? Better cooling equals more volts, higher overclocks. ON a good air cooler with good ambient temps, depending on the chip and board you should be able to go around 4Ghz.

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