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that 64C is a bit much, but as long as its not hitting that and staying there all the time, thats pretty good
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that 64C is a bit much, but as long as its not hitting that and staying there all the time, thats pretty good
Yea 64 at the socket though not IN the cpu ,which is what I would think matters. At least in my head. Just like an engine in your car. I don't care if the outside is 280 degrees as long as the temps INSIDE the engine aren't over a normal 195-210 or so, depending on the engine. And yes, I know combustion chamber temps exceed that, I am just referring to the coolant.

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If it's for 24/7 use, make sure temps don't stay above ~62C. Also, you should run Prime for longer periods of time. My 555 waited to fail until four hours into two stress tests.
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True.. I'm just particular about my temps -shrug-
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If it's for 24/7 use, make sure temps don't stay above ~62C. Also, you should run Prime for longer periods of time. My 555 waited to fail until four hours into two stress tests.
If you mean me, I assure you, its totally stable. On top of the tests I ran, it has never crashed a single time with these settings, and I've had it like this for months
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This chip has blown my mind since i first started overclocking with it, It overclocked to 3.8 with stock voltage, and I run it 24/7 at 4.0 with 1.385v.. I love it
I'm close, 4GHz at 1.416v

Silver chip? Someone tell me. I got 3.8 on stock as well. (1.392v)

Oh I get 51c load temps under stress tests, not really wanting to go further though.
Edited by linkin93 - 7/30/11 at 1:25pm
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Haha I use higher volts on my Sandy suicide runs. Nice chip though once you're on water 1.65v was the highest I would go
    
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post #19 of 77
Wheres the suicide? 1.49 volts?

Jesus i use 1.525v just to get 4.0ghz

Your are on 4.5ghz.

OMG, i want your chip so bad, so lucky.

4ghz with 1.38xx, envy you so much.

FYI: these chips can take up to 1.55v by amd spec, if temps are good <60C even more.

Go for 5ghz when you get Rasa kit!!!!
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Wheres the suicide? 1.49 volts?

Jesus i use 1.525v just to get 4.0ghz

Your are on 4.5ghz.

OMG, i want your chip so bad, so lucky.

4ghz with 1.38xx, envy you so much.

FYI: these chips can take up to 1.55v by amd spec, if temps are good <60C even more.

Go for 5ghz when you get Rasa kit!!!!
Go turn LLC to 1/4 in your BIOS/UEFI and then adjust your voltage (lower it)

Enjoy same overclock with lower voltage and lower temps + more stability.
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