Full comparison between clocks

I decided to compare between all my clocks for my personal reference.

Test setup:

Motherboard: DFI Lan Party DK P45 T2RS Plus
CPU: Intel Core2Duo E8400 3.0GHz 1333MHz FSB
RAM: Team Dark Xtreem PC6400 800MHz 2 GB Dual Channel Kit
PSU: Enermax FMAII 460W
HDD: WDC Green Power 500GB SATAII RAID0
GPU: 2x HIS Radeon HD 4670 512MB GDDR3 800/1050

Ambient room temperature: 25’C

vcore/FSB/RAM:

1) auto/333MHz/4-4-4-12-2T 2.1v
2) +100mV/400MHz/4-4-4-12-2T 2.1v
3) +225mV/450MHz/5-5-5-15-2T 2.1v

RAM was at 800 (auto)/800 (333:667)/900 (333:667).

Here we go! Benched using Everest Ultimate.

memoryread

memorywrite

memorycopy

memorylatency

vcoreidle

vcoreload

cputempidle

cputempload

core0idletemp

core0loadtemp

core1idletemp

core1loadtemp

Iklan

Idle 23 / Load 36 degrees only!

And I thought I felt it was warmer today! Don’t think my CPU can get any cooler than the ambient room temperature, can it?

Here’s the proof.

23-degrees1

36-degrees-load

Think I got those temperatures due to low voltages and also thanks to my Arctic Silver 5. I think that AS5 is really doing it’s job. I’m a happy man now after seeing such cool temperatures of my system. 🙂

Update: I think it’s due to my low voltages. My E5200 is normally at 1.2v on default voltages. But my E8400 is at 1.08v on default voltages. So I think that’s why it’s maintaining such cool temperatures. I wonder if these 2 CPUs have different voltages requirement, as both are 45nm technology. Quite weird eh?