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What would be the max voltage vtt and temps I would wanna have on a core i7 860...with HT On...I'm trying to reach 4ghz frown.gif
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Max would be about 1.5v and highest temps around 90oish under heavy load i.e (prime95)
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Originally Posted by ryanbob1234;15450439 
Max would be about 1.5v and highest temps around 90oish under heavy load i.e (prime95)

Oh Great! I was scared 70 was overdoing it redface.gif
post #4 of 7
Naaah, 70 is still in the "safe" zone
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If you want to run at 4GHz all the time (and expect to have a moderate to high load), and you are having temperatures around 90, you really will need to consider better cooling (or a lower overclock). Yes, I suppose 90 is ok, as long as you don't plan on folding 24/7, or doing other high load tasks. If you are concerned about it getting too hot, I would recommend setting overheat protection in Core Temp.
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It's fine, I don't pass 80 degrees and real temp for me. smile.gif
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80* is still safe
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