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went and set power option to high in windows and checked epu in bios already disabled. also dl latest cpuz now showing proper cpu speed cpu voltage bounces between 1.1 and 1.4 is this to high for 24/7 use thanks guys
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went and set power option to high in windows and checked epu in bios already disabled. also dl latest cpuz now showing proper cpu speed cpu voltage bounces between 1.1 and 1.4 is this to high for 24/7 use thanks guys
For 24/7 usage, try to keep it under 1.4v.
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does this mean i should set my overclock lower like 4.3
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For 24/7 I'd suggest using manual voltage and finding the lowest vcore possible for your chosen overclock...
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