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HELLO SMART PEOPLE. I require advice

Current OC - 2600k HT on | 100.1*47 | CPU-Z readings: 1.376v-1.408v(100% LLC)
"Live" Temps (running Prime95 as I type) - Lowest core: 76-79deg | Highest core: 84-87deg.

Thing is, the only way for me not to get BSOD 101 (translated:MORE POWER PLEASE ^_^) is for me to bump voltages to the astronomically high 1.39v for a simple 4.7GHz OC. So I didn't get a protégé chip. Fair enough.

Only thing I can count on is for temps to be within a acceptable range. So question is, are the temps I mentioned above viable for 24/7 use?
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HELLO SMART PEOPLE. I require advice

Current OC - 2600k HT on | 100.1*47 | Bios:1.39v & Load:1.4v(100% LLC)
"Live" Temps (running Prime95 as I type) - Lowest core:76-79deg | Highest core: 84-87deg.

Thing is, the only way for me not to get BSOD 101 (translated:MORE POWER PLEASE ^_^) is for me to bump voltages to the astronomically high 1.39v for a simple 4.7GHz OC. So I didn't get a protégé chip. Fair enough.

Only thing I can count on is for temps to be within a acceptable range. So question is, are the temps I mentioned above viable for 24/7 use?
You just got a mediocre chip. My 2500K needs ~1.368v full load for 4.5GHz. Needs closer to 1.43 - 1.44v for 4.7GHz and probably 1.47v for 4.8GHz.

Even if you hit 80c while running Prime95 that is fine, as your temps will be much lower for regular use.
    
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If I remember right, 1.3-1.4 is required for 4.5Ghz+.

Temps are high though.
My Cool It Eco (AKA Fake H50) was keeping my 2600k @ 4.5Ghz 1.31 volt @ 60*C
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Check the sandy stable club for more info on how your chip fairs against others, voltage wise and temps.

Your temps do seem a little high, have you tried reseating? and what method of TIM application did you use?

EDIT: I wouldn't recommend using 100% LLC as it will more than likely spike your voltages way high. Try using ultra high LLC (75%) as that will more than likely be the same as what you set in the bios. Generally it's not good when you set a figure in the bios and it loads higher.
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also whats your ambient ^_^
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seems high gfor 920c0 (bad overclocker) needed 1.425 for 4.2 but your chip is smaller die. i would not go over 1.35 mostly stay under 1.3, just for safty on chip. alot of ppl had chips degrade on high volts.
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seems high gfor 920c0 (bad overclocker) needed 1.425 for 4.2 but your chip is smaller die. i would not go over 1.35 mostly stay under 1.3, just for safty on chip. alot of ppl had chips degrade on high volts.
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irony is, at 4.5GHz my chip only requires 1.32v, which is very reasonable. for some reason there's a huge spike when I push it up to 4.7GHz.

i will try lowering LLC to 75% and see how things fair.
what's TIM application?
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irony is, at 4.5GHz my chip only requires 1.32v, which is very reasonable. for some reason there's a huge spike when I push it up to 4.7GHz.

i will try lowering LLC to 75% and see how things fair.
what's TIM application?
ambient @ ~20deg. air conditioning is switched on whenever computer is.
From 1.32v at 4.5GHz to 1.39v for 4.7GHz is perfectly normal. It gets harder and harder. As I've said, mine requires ~1.368v for 4.5GHz and probably in the ~1.43v - 1.45v range for 4.7GHz. Similar 'spike'

TIM is the cooling paste.

And yeah, your temps seem very high for a H70, as I get much lower temps on similar Vcore, using a CM Hyper 212+. Maybe you should consider reseating the cooler/water/pump block.
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ahh ic. i use mx-3 thermal paste as that's the best TIM the dealer could offer. i'm aware it isn't good stuff but i don't know what a good TIM is.

running prime95 as i type again. here are the changes i've made: LLC 100%->75%, lowered vccio from 1.08v->1.05v & cpu current capability from 120%->100%.

temps are very much lower & things have been stable thus far. not even passing 80deg despite vcc remaining unchanged.

EDIT:Prime95 has been running for awhile so here's a quick update on temps: Lowest core 70deg, highest core 83deg but quickly going back down to 80deg between tests. Seems like the fix for me was not to directly decrease voltages on my cpu, but to decrease "indirect" voltages & settings such as LLC, Vccio/Qpi/Vtt, and Cpu Current Capability. Somehow, temps went down & stability was maintained. Awesomenesss!
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