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post #1 of 39
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Damn it!got a 2600k and have had the oc' bug

I can hit 5GHz @ 1.45 and it seems to run stable for the most part with prime 95 but the temps according to core temp hit 78 c one one of the cores

Tried backing down the voltage but it then will either BSOD or prime workers start failing

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I have backed down to 4.7GHz @ 1.31 and it seems stable so far waiting to see what temps I hit

Wondering if I can leave it here but then enable speedstep to get lower idle temps, but will mess with that after I verify stability
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From what I have read 78c is within the safe range. You should worry at 80s/90s

I think the max temps for an i7 were 96 or 92 and then it starts to throttle or shut down.
    
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IMO I wouldn't go over ~1.4V unless you're under water, but that's your call. Starting to see more and more posts about possible degradation of SB chips so I'd be cautious.
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IMO I wouldn't go over ~1.4V unless you're under water, but that's your call. Starting to see more and more posts about possible degradation of SB chips so I'd be cautious.
In all fairness these so called 'degradation' posts are kind of annoying me know, all due to speculation and no real hard facts about voltage limitations, it create's the perfect scenerio for bs. Most that degraded their chip is either at there own fault, ie. continuous stress test (OCD) or either kill it due to mobo issues.
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Well I tried one more time at 5.0GHz and it ran fine then BSOD so I said to he'll with it and went to reboot and set back..... MOBO is now stuck in an infinite loop of turning off and on with nothing on screen

So not sure if CPU is done or mobo

Tried different power supply and removing stuff but no luck, resetting CMOS didntnseem to prove effective either
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NO. wht happened? Try settings BIOS defaults.
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Tried to reset CMOS with jumpers and nothing

Nothing on screen just keeps rebooting
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In all fairness these so called 'degradation' posts are kind of annoying me know, all due to speculation and no real hard facts about voltage limitations, it create's the perfect scenerio for bs. Most that degraded their chip is either at there own fault, ie. continuous stress test (OCD) or either kill it due to mobo issues.
Yup, there's been tons of people who have ran 1.6v+ and return to their 24/7 clock perfectly find right after.
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post #9 of 39
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Hell I didn't go to 1.6, only 1.45 and I'm dead now lmao

Trying desperately to recover notnsure if CPU or board is dead now
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I bench at 5.4Ghz @ 1.58v and still havn't seen any degradation. But i run my system at stock 24/7 now.

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