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2600k max voltage confirmation

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Hi so i just got off live chat with intel support and i was just told the max recommended voltage for a 2600k is 1.5V i call that confirmation.

edit lol 2600k not 2660k dont know how to edit
Edited by kieran13 - 11/7/11 at 6:31am
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Holy cow. I kind of doubt that. Or.. would be scared of it.
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i asked him are u sure he said yes.
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Some people say 1.52v is the max. But a lot of people will agree that's absurd and there's been a lot of reports of degradation with vcore over 1.45v.

Personally, seems this is a 32nm chip, I wouldn't go higher than 1.4v for 24/7 use. Heck, 1.55v was the max recommended for 65nm core2duo/core2quad chips.
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ive herd no such reports proly just people who ***** all the time smile.gif
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Agreed. They published 1.52v, who here thinks a) they didn't build in a fudge factor and b) they'd publish a number that would kill their chips?

I've said it before, for an overclocking site a lot of people around here are sure scared of voltage when the real culprit is far more likely to be heat if there's a problem.

I've overclocked ALL of the dozen or so computers I've built in the past 15 years....I get a new one, the wife gets my old one, the kids get her old one, some get passed on to friends etc...24/7 overclocks for years and years and years, with high voltage, have never killed a chip. Or had to re-do a configuration due to degradation - not saying it doesn't exist, just that I've never seen it.
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