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Could you tell me then if it is safe to run at a manual voltage for 24/7? Probably on Manual i could get it lower, but is it safe to run the computer like that?
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post #12 of 16
max i would go on air cooling on a 2500k is 1.40v, with watercooling id go up to 1.45v.

The 2600k however is apparently safe up to 1.45v regardless of watercooling or air.
post #13 of 16
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Im thinking, this might have something to do with the LLC settings. in Extreme it shuts down almost every single time. in Ultra high it shuts down only randomly. In high i don't know, since the Vdrop is too high i can't get it to run properly withou my vcore on CPUz being 1.478 and then on load falling back to 1.432.

Is there any way to workaround for this Vdrop issue? If not, guess i will just stick to 4.6 Ghz then =/
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post #14 of 16
LLC should be ultra high, thats most common setting.
post #15 of 16
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Then im doomed. At ultrahigh it shutdown randomly, probably because of EIST like you said. Since i don't want to run it at a fixed voltage and frequency i will stick at 4.6 Ghz at this healty 1.350 ~~ 1.368V, only when i really need the extra power i will use the 4.8 Ghz with the manual voltage and EIST desactivated. Thats why we have profiles in the bios, right?

Anyway, thank you again for your help. If anyone has any ideas in how to make this work properly just say it then, but by now my problem is "resolved"
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post #16 of 16
no worries budd, maybe you should have a look and see if it is safe to disable that power feature.
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