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1055t 4ghz vcore help

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ive been testing my system as i have overclocked it to 4004mhz and all seems very well ..BUT.. in hardware monitor my vcore keeps shooting from 1.36v to 1.56v is there anything in the bios i could disable/enable to stop this happening as ive been told this vcore could kill my cpu

thanks all
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1.56v cant kill your CPU just like that, but it would degrade slowly over time. Be sure to disable LLC and turbo core.
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i have LLC enabled .. i will disable that .. thank you for letting me know that

what vcore should i have with a 1055t 4ghz overclock as i may have mine set wrong

thanks again
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Watch out on the VRM temps.... though your motherboard is protected against VRM issue/failure, any x6 125W on a 4+1 phase esp. unheatsinked, uncooled (due to H70), and overclocked, is usually a bad idea
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how do i find out my VRM temps .. please
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Just keep your vcore below 1.45v and you should be okay.

4.0GHz usually requires between 1.4 - 1.45v depending on the processor which should be okay.

I don't know how to check VRM temperatures though. As long as you aren't exceeding 1.45v you should be fine, and most motherboards have a thermal shutdown built in to turn the system off before the VRM's blow up.
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Originally Posted by Talon95;13552327 
Just keep your vcore below 1.45v and you should be okay.

4.0GHz usually requires between 1.4 - 1.45v depending on the processor which should be okay.

I don't know how to check VRM temperatures though. As long as you aren't exceeding 1.45v you should be fine, and most motherboards have a thermal shutdown built in to turn the system off before the VRM's blow up.

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