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Has anyone killed one of these with high voltage yet? and if so how long did it last at what volts?
I don't belieave so, you can't kill CPU with high voltage, unless you ran them with full strees for a long period of time, Iv'e pushed 2.0V into my 1055T, and nothing happend, still overclocks like a champ
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post #12 of 18
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I don't belieave so, you can't kill CPU with high voltage, unless you ran them with full strees for a long period of time, Iv'e pushed 2.0V into my 1055T, and nothing happend, still overclocks like a champ
So everyone saying that it will die prematurely with 1.6v+ is guessing.
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if you need more than 1.55v to get a decent oc for everyday use, then you need to look for a better chip
    
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post #14 of 18
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if you need more than 1.55v to get a decent oc for everyday use, then you need to look for a better chip
Or you want to run 4.5ghz on everyday use
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post #15 of 18
I once had my board, which is just an updated model of the 770 @ 1.6v once trying to push past 4.5ghz...board and chip is still here and i had that voltage set for a day maybe more, just keep the temps in check.
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You can easily go up to 1.6v with the proper cooling. Like others mentioned mid 50's and perhaps a few degrees more is fine under 100% load. I have run many Phenoms for years with no degradation. It's not necessarily the voltage but temps that degrdate the CPU.... now don' t misunderstand you can go over 1.6v but your good to 1.6 with adequate cooling.
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Originally Posted by Darkslayer7 View Post
I pushed my 620 to 3.51 Ghz on 1.425 volt . and its stable with prime95 . going above 1.55 may result frying your chip , but AMD did sure a great job building these chips , so i say very very carefully go ahead ,but not too much

Max temp of the AII series is 71 , so watch out for those temps . i wouldnt go above 60-65 .
Try dropping your volts down to 1.4. I run my 640 at 3.66GHz on 1.4v.
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Originally Posted by Atomfix View Post
I don't belieave so, you can't kill CPU with high voltage, unless you ran them with full strees for a long period of time, Iv'e pushed 2.0V into my 1055T, and nothing happend, still overclocks like a champ


Hope this post is sarcastic.
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