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You may have to really give the chip some voltage if you want 5Ghz or over.
I am sure you have heard that not all chips are all the same.

I was hoping for a 5Ghz chip but i seem to be stuck at 4.5Ghz. i did bother me as my mates had 4.7Ghz and 5Ghz but at the end of the day 4.5Ghz is really very good.
    
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You may have to really give the chip some voltage if you want 5Ghz or over.
I am sure you have heard that not all chips are all the same.

I was hoping for a 5Ghz chip but i seem to be stuck at 4.5Ghz. i did bother me as my mates had 4.7Ghz and 5Ghz but at the end of the day 4.5Ghz is really very good.
What voltage and temps are you getting for your 2600K at 4.5ghz?

With 1.280 volts I was getting 4.5ghz, but 72C tops

Turns out I had a bad heatsink application (Took it off, two big massive dead spots but center 40% had contact) so reapplied paste, temps are down 5C but still unsure, I was getting 61C with 4.2ghz 1.225 volts, but since putting on the heatsink again I got 55C with 4.2ghz 1.225 volts, but eventually was idle unstable (I hate how these chips work) and crashed
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I, too, am confused about this. The VCORE voltage on my Sabertooth P67 goes up to 1.31 at full load VIN6 goes up to 1.9. No OC, all stock. Halp. Plus, at full load I'm getting 58ºc on my H70... :S Person above me gets 55 on air? wut?
    
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In my case I had to put the offset option on minus (-) instead of plus(+) ! I tested an offset voltage of -0.12 and under load max voltage was 1.2v ! mine would have jump to 1.32 on defult !!
post #15 of 15
Stock VID varies between different processors of the same model. One processor could have a VID of 1.15v and another with 1.4v.
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