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Yes its stable. 12 hours is stable (any less isn't in my books).

And your chip isn't BAD, although its far from great. Mine requires about 1.34-1.35v for 4.5GHz, so yours MIGHT (big might there) be able to push that magic 5.0GHz with enough volts and cooling. 4.8 would surely be possible at 1.45v or less I'll bet (mine takes 1.45v for 4.8).

EDIT:
You are on a CoolerMaster 212+ though, so yeah...I'd stick at 4.5GHz. You won't get a whole lot more out of it with that cooler. I think you'll be limited around 1.40v with that cooler, and if your chip scales anywhere like mine, that'd be 4.6-4.7GHz or so.
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Pffft, aint stable till it lasts 168 hrs straight.
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Originally Posted by pioneerisloud View Post
Yes its stable. 12 hours is stable (any less isn't in my books).

And your chip isn't BAD, although its far from great. Mine requires about 1.34-1.35v for 4.5GHz, so yours MIGHT (big might there) be able to push that magic 5.0GHz with enough volts and cooling. 4.8 would surely be possible at 1.45v or less I'll bet (mine takes 1.45v for 4.8).

EDIT:
You are on a CoolerMaster 212+ though, so yeah...I'd stick at 4.5GHz. You won't get a whole lot more out of it with that cooler. I think you'll be limited around 1.40v with that cooler, and if your chip scales anywhere like mine, that'd be 4.6-4.7GHz or so.
Wasn't really planning on anything higher tbh. The difference in 200-300MHz really isn't worth the extra heat.
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