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trying to get a 4.8Ghz OC stable 1.40VCore was unstable im trying a 1.42VCore what is the max safe VCore

edit: 4.8Ghz @1.42VCore unstable ima take it back to 4.7Ghz and see if i can get that stable
Edited by kieran13 - 8/1/11 at 12:24am
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You are gonna start a flame war with asking for max safe voltages, although it takes most chips 1.5v+ to get to 5.0ghz+ stable. MOST chips, you will see few requiring less but its uncommon.

For 4.8 you may need around 1.43 to 1.45v by the looks of your chip to get it stable at 4.8.
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i couldnt even get 4.7 stable @ 1.40 ima cut my losses and stick with 4.6Ghz@1.365VCore it stays under 80C so im happy now

here is a screenshot

Edited by kieran13 - 8/1/11 at 12:39am
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i couldnt even get 4.7 stable @ 1.40 ima cut my losses and stick with 4.6Ghz@1.365VCore it stays under 80C so im happy now

here is a screenshot
Dont want to start a flame war, just giving out my point of view, close to 80*c for 4.6Ghz is VERY hot.
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Dont want to start a flame war, just giving out my point of view, close to 80*c for 4.6Ghz is VERY hot.
You got one son-of-a-voltage-hungry chip there. Both of my 2600Ks can run @ 4.5ghz without even changing anything.

Start from this; 4.5ghz, set all to AUTO, disable internal PLL and LLC and run Prime 95 to see your vcore. I'm pretty sure it's gonna be way lower than your current settings.
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IBT needs more VCore then prime 95
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You got one son-of-a-voltage-hungry chip there. Both of my 2600Ks can run @ 4.5ghz without even changing anything.

Start from this; 4.5ghz, set all to AUTO, disable internal PLL and LLC and run Prime 95 to see your vcore. I'm pretty sure it's gonna be way lower than your current settings.
Agreed.
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Personally I wouldn't go past 1.45V with my NH-D14 for 24/7 use.
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it has pissed me off for the last time this chip so i tried 4.8ghz with auto volts comp didnt even start up and then it gave me a 4.4Ghz OC with laod temps in the 50s so im happy now lol when i use to do 4.4Ghz i get in the 60s auto OC FTW

50C loads temps at 4.4Ghz cant get any better then that
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