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only when temps are rediculous, then voltage matters. If you can keep it cool, then you can crank up those volts quite a bit (see difference between air/water/phase)

Notable exception: northwood. known to often fail at 1.7V (Sudden Northwood Death Syndrom).

No one thought that the sensors on that rig my be crap?
    
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Originally Posted by Mikey122687
Well......if we break down the definition of "safe". Do you mean keeping the CPU for 2-3 years or 1 day, or 1 month or 1 year?

For 1 day, pump 2.0vcore into it with stock cooler
For 1 month, pump 1.7 vcore into it with stock cooler
For 1 year, pump 1.55vcore with stock cooler
For 2-3 years 1.45 - 1.55 with after market cooler or WC
While I can see how this logic works, this statement isnt quite true. Its true that more voltage and higher temperatures will take awy some life from your chip. HOWEVER, not this extreme. I have friends running 1.65v vcore using a stock cooler and they've had their chips for about a year now. They have well cooled cases, but still use the stock fan. A 3000+ venice would probably run 5 or 6 years or more at 1.45-1.55v.. but I dont know, they havent been around that long yet.
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While I can see how this logic works, this statement isnt quite true. Its true that more voltage and higher temperatures will take awy some life from your chip. HOWEVER, not this extreme. I have friends running 1.65v vcore using a stock cooler and they've had their chips for about a year now. They have well cooled cases, but still use the stock fan. A 3000+ venice would probably run 5 or 6 years or more at 1.45-1.55v.. but I dont know, they havent been around that long yet.
You're not comparing the same CPU, thats AMD not Conroe. Don't confuse others with different perspective.

Please take into account that C2D are 65nm chip not 90nm. The 65nm are rated at a lower voltage, you can't give it a ton of voltage in to a 65nm as it were a 90nm
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You're not comparing the same CPU, thats AMD not Conroe. Don't confuse others with different perspective
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I did some pretty nasty things to my 3700+ Sandy and It never complained about running 2.8ghz bit little warm, never had any issues...

I'm hoping my e6600 will act the a similar way. I've been running 1.6125vcore for a couple weeks now. I figure if the chip dies I will have an excuse to upgrade to something better

Haven't had any stability issues
    
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Intel might not replace it if they see burn mark or black core
But if it was their board that caused the burn out in the first place........



Quote:
Originally Posted by Mikey122687
Well......if we break down the definition of "safe". Do you mean keeping the CPU for 2-3 years or 1 day, or 1 month or 1 year?

For 1 day, pump 2.0vcore into it with stock cooler
For 1 month, pump 1.7 vcore into it with stock cooler
For 1 year, pump 1.55vcore with stock cooler
For 2-3 years 1.45 - 1.55 with after market cooler or WC


Ok, who are you, and where did our Mikey go?

I would change the 2-3 years to 1.4-1.45 max myself and even that would be with a little hesitation. But I am a more cautious fellow.

And it should be noted that nothing any of us say should be taken as a gauruntee.....there are many variables that will cause each CPU to react slightly differently....no one can listen to your specs and promise you a date and time your CPU will die.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Mikey122687
from XS forum

Just go and read about 100+ thread and you'll see for youself

Also, Conroe is not out for a short time
Dude, if you read my post, you'd see I said "relatively short", ie, short relative to, for example, a P4 Northwood or Prescott. Conroe has only been commercially available for desktop for a few months, I think most people would consider that short, relative to more mature CPU architectures, but meh, whatever .

If you know somebody who has been running a Conroe for over 18 months, at 1.55 or air, or 1.6 on H20, please point me in their direction , as I intend to get a better M/B at some point in the future and start giving this E6600 some extra juice .

Thanks.

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I do'nt know anyone that had the Processor for 18 months but if you post over at XS or search the forum. Look for the ES version and you'll see that it had been out for a quite

Before you start telling me that the ES doesn't count, remember that the only difference is the overclocking ability, everything else are the same. However, the retail chipset are now matching its brother ES series
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But if it was their board that caused the burn out in the first place........







Ok, who are you, and where did our Mikey go?

I would change the 2-3 years to 1.4-1.45 max myself and even that would be with a little hesitation. But I am a more cautious fellow.

And it should be noted that nothing any of us say should be taken as a gauruntee.....there are many variables that will cause each CPU to react slightly differently....no one can listen to your specs and promise you a date and time your CPU will die.
I'm the nicer side of Mikey, theres 2 Mikey posting on this forum

Anyway, i think 1.5 should be ok for 24/7 and decent cooling. As long as temp don't exceed 60C, then it should last 2-3 years
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Let's continue this thread in a year or two See who'se chip has burned out and at what voltage/temp..

It's a bit of speculation right now. It's new technology, and you might be right (my gut feeling is that you are), but being conservative might not be a bad idea.
    
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