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Awesome, thanks!
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I have mine running at 4.5 with ~1.32V and the middle LLC setting for my board.
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Okay, I have it at 4.7 at 1.35v.

Passed 20 runs of Intel Burn Test with 3000mb stressed.

Max temps:

Core0: 64C
Core1: 72C
Core2: 73C
Core3: 71C

Are the temps okay?

Btw, I have everything else set at auto except the RAM related settings.

Will the auto settings be too high?
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Okay, I have it at 4.7 at 1.35v.

Passed 20 runs of Intel Burn Test with 3000mb stressed.

Max temps:

Core0: 64C
Core1: 72C
Core2: 73C
Core3: 71C

Are the temps okay?

Btw, I have everything else set at auto except the RAM related settings.

Will the auto settings be too high?
Temps look good but you should run Prime95 for an hour, its a better test for SB stability.
    
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Ah, I just went and played a few rounds of SC2 xD

I've had pretty bad experiences with P95 before =(
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Okay, I have it at 4.7 at 1.35v.

Passed 20 runs of Intel Burn Test with 3000mb stressed.

Max temps:

Core0: 64C
Core1: 72C
Core2: 73C
Core3: 71C

Are the temps okay?

Btw, I have everything else set at auto except the RAM related settings.

Will the auto settings be too high?
You will decrease your temps by using manual voltage for sure

If everything else works on auto then you can leave it this way but i would use manual cpu voltage and get temps down to the 50-60c mark Auto voltage almost always feeds too much voltage than what is needed
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I needed 1.35v to be 24/7 stable.
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Well, for the CPU, I manually input 1.35v because I want to be on the safe side.

But for the PLL Voltage and the likes, I just left them all on auto. The mobo isn't going to pump more voltage than they can handle, right?

As for the temperatures, I'm pretty happy with it. After a few rounds of SC2, the max were 51,54,54,54 which is nowhere close to the IBT.

I wonder why my first core is always so much lower than the others...
post #29 of 45
4.7 @ 1.35v is very good.

Your temps, however, are a bit toasty for my liking. Prime95 is better for motherboard stability (CPU, RAM, mobo).

If you want to test just the chip, IntelBurnTest will find out for you very quickly. It's best to use a combination of the two though.
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4.7 @ 1.35v is very good.

Your temps, however, are a bit toasty for my liking. Prime95 is better for motherboard stability (CPU, RAM, mobo).

If you want to test just the chip, IntelBurnTest will find out for you very quickly. It's best to use a combination of the two though.
im curious

what would you consider good temps for a 2500k at 4.5g @ 1.35v or there abouts?
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