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So far so good...running my i7 2600k (p8p67 LE motherboard) @ 4.63Ghz on 1.4v (spiked to 1.43v).

Load temps hover around 68-74c with a Corsair H80 @ full load (prime95 and IntelBurnTest).

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Any thoughts on keeping it at 1.4v?
Edited by KEVK - 10/16/11 at 11:54am
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Looks good, 1.4v is decent. Have tried testing for stability using Prime blend, more specifically a custom blend with 80/90% RAM? It'll surely help determine stability, temps are fantastic for avx IBT lol What's your ambient temps like?
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Originally Posted by munaim1;15332191 
Looks good, 1.4v is decent. Have tried testing for stability using Prime blend, more specifically a custom blend with 80/90% RAM? It'll surely help determine stability, temps are fantastic for avx IBT lol What's your ambient temps like?

The ambient temp in my house is about 73degF right now...

CPU idles at 27-30degC.

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I'll run the blend test right now and let you know the results.
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Have a little read at the Sandy Stable CLub in my sig biggrin.gif
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In process... I will let you know the results

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post #6 of 15
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Seems to be running ok after a few minutes. I will run the test over night and post the results later. Thanks for the info!
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post #7 of 15
Surprised the P8P67 LE could get that 2600K that far with 1.4v Vcore.

You are lucky. P8P67 LE is known for it's terrible VRM setup, and in a review I've seen they had trouble getting a 2600K to 4GHz due to the weak VRM setup.

Looks like the site that had the review of it, is down..
Edited by turrican9 - 10/16/11 at 12:49pm
    
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post #8 of 15
Quote:
Originally Posted by KEVK;15332442 
Seems to be running ok after a few minutes. I will run the test over night and post the results later. Thanks for the info!

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You can use realtemp to monitor the temps aswell, here is an upadted version that you can use:

http://majorgeeks.com/Real_Temp_d6098.html

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Quote:
Originally Posted by turrican9;15332457 
Surprised the P8P67 LE could get that 2600K that far with 1.4v Vcore.

You are lucky. P8P67 LE is known for it's terrible VRM setup, and in a review I've seen they had trouble getting a 2500K to 4GHz due to the weak VRM setup.

Looks like the site that had the review of it, is down..


I'm suprised too lol, maybe not a good idea to run 24/7 at those volts on that mobo.
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post #9 of 15
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Been using RealTemp too...plenty of room to the TJmax smile.gif
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post #10 of 15
Looks like the site that has the review of the P8P67 LE is up again.

Here is a quote from their overclocking experience. Link
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Regardless of our voltage settings the board would throttle from its overclocked speed back to default within a 5-10 minute period. This was not due to CPU temperature, which remained steadily below 70 degrees. In the end the maximum overclock we managed to sustain without a throttle was 4.0 GHz, and for that we needed to decrease the CPU voltage rather than increase it – exactly the opposite to what you need to do on virtually all other boards to maintain a stable overclock.
    
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