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then i really don't know how to help you

i put my LLC to 100% instead of 75% in the video, and was able to get my core voltage to 1.4v and stable on IBT for 40 tests. So many you try to do that too? I am not sure.

Maybe you did get a bad chip? But for sure 1.5v is very dangerous for long periods of time because your voltage will increase as your cpu loads so you are passing the 1.52v recommended by Intel. Your cpu will degrade in 1.5-2 years. Unless you plan to upgrade before then, then I don't recommend you running at 1.5v 24/7. Clock it back down to 4.5-4.8ghz and aim for 1.35-1.4v.
Edited by mcc21 - 12/6/11 at 12:24pm
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post #22 of 22
Welcome to OCN smile.gif I ahve moved this thread to the Intel section as no questions may be asked in the new member section
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