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Technically yes, running more voltage through a cpu than is necessarily will shorten the lifespan. However, either way you cpu will last much longer than it will be practical to keep using, generally speaking anyway.
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Originally Posted by Kentan900;15394977 
Well the lower voltage you use the better temps you get.

To high voltage can shorten the lifespan.

lower from 25c on idle and max 59c? what the heck? Its gonna die from humidity... comeonnnnn
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Originally Posted by morgofborg;15394988 
Technically yes, running more voltage through a cpu than is necessarily will shorten the lifespan. However, either way you cpu will last much longer than it will be practical to keep using, generally speaking anyway.

It will last for 5 years? I doubt that im gonna use it for more time tongue.gif
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Originally Posted by dos659;15394999 
lower from 25c on idle and max 59c? what the heck? Its gonna die from humidity... comeonnnnn

I am just explaining what can happen if you have to much voltage or when it get's to hot.

Hey come on, I am trying to help. If you do not want my help, fine then.
Edited by Kentan900 - 10/21/11 at 9:33am
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Originally Posted by dos659;15395046 
It will last for 5 years? I doubt that im gonna use it for more time tongue.gif

Yeah, your probably fine.

If you feel like tweaking more later, you should be able to run 4.0 at less than 1.308v or whatever you are at now, but its isn't like a life or death thing;)
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I am just explaning what can happen if you have to much voltage or when it get's to hot.

Hey come on, I am trying to help. If you do not want my help then fine.

Mate dont get mad at me, i catched your point im just trying to add some humor in the whole conversation. Seriusly now those chips are made to hold volts up to 1.5vcore. I mean for me at least and for the use im going to do with it (photoshop, some games and the rest of the time browsing or watching movies) im gonna have it for ever BUT what i really wanted to find out from the begining of the post was which app to trust. It was too much the 1.41vcore on the occt that i thought good to share it with you guys and give me your light. I mean 1.41vcore is ultra sonic much for my 4.0ghz overclock, on the other hand i dont have prob with 1.3vcore which means my bios and my easytune are right on monitoring.
post #27 of 36
Why are you using automatic vcore?
Don't do that, set it manually and test it.
For 4GHz stock-1.23V will be enough, if you want 4.5GHz start testing with 1.32V and keep lowering until its unstable.
You could use offset voltage as well.
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I can ONLY use offset + or - because my mobo doesnt give the option to manually set the vcore directly frown.gif
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Shall i keep PLL disabled and LLC enabled? remember with LLC disabled and the other settings the same i get random multiplier resets upon restarting or cold booting my pc. I found my stable spot on LLC enabled
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Originally Posted by dos659;15395142 
Mate dont get mad at me, i catched your point im just trying to add some humor in the whole conversation. Seriusly now those chips are made to hold volts up to 1.5vcore. I mean for me at least and for the use im going to do with it (photoshop, some games and the rest of the time browsing or watching movies) im gonna have it for ever BUT what i really wanted to find out from the begining of the post was which app to trust. It was too much the 1.41vcore on the occt that i thought good to share it with you guys and give me your light. I mean 1.41vcore is ultra sonic much for my 4.0ghz overclock, on the other hand i dont have prob with 1.3vcore which means my bios and my easytune are right on monitoring.

CPU-Z is very accurate.
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