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I have these settings right now. I haven't tested them yet:

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My vcore is 1.52v

it's running at 45 idle :/
post #22 of 25

That's pretty decent, I think you can probably drop your voltage a bit though. 1.52 seems a little high for just over 4ghz (though I'm aware every chip is different). Just dial it back one at a time until you fail to post. When you get to a low postable voltage then test with Prime.

 

For reference this is what I currently roll (was posted about a week or so back in the AMD 4ghz club):

 

http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2107462

 

Note: I do not have my Corsair vengeance installed yet. I'm still waiting on it. This is with cheap Corsair value RAM. I don't have the HD5770's anymore either.


Edited by Lifeshield - 12/1/11 at 1:59am
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ive gotten my 965 to 4.4ghz on just 1.475v which i have been told was lucky but i cant get it to 4.5 on 1.5v so i stuck with 4.4ghz

im of course running a diffrent board, but shouldnt you not exceed the 1.5v mark? i thought that was a rule of thumb ish

but just increase your multi till bsod than bump the voltage up a bit rinse and repeat till its wont go no more.
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shouldnt you not exceed the 1.5v mark? i thought that was a rule of thumb ish
 

It really depends on your cooling.

 

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ive gotten my 965 to 4.4ghz on just 1.475v which i have been told was lucky but i cant get it to 4.5 on 1.5v so i stuck with 4.4ghz
im of course running a diffrent board, but shouldnt you not exceed the 1.5v mark? i thought that was a rule of thumb ish
but just increase your multi till bsod than bump the voltage up a bit rinse and repeat till its wont go no more.

So are you saying that the CPU has sweet spots where it will run with low power? Could you post me your voltage settings for your MB?
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