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When they say don,t go over 1.4 volts when overclocking a 2600k
what voltage do they mean.
is it the one in the bios pic or the one on cpu-z

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Cpu-z shows the vdroop, ie what voltage is going in to the chip.

1.5 is the max from intel spec so your safe bud.
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post #3 of 3
Not to mention that you have C1E enabled, lowers your voltage a little at idle (which is good). I use that in combination with SpeedStep/EIST to consume less power while I use my computer for basic things (internet surfing, word documents, etc.).
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