The same thing - with the exception that cpu-z shows one digit of precision more.
I can't find a clear consensus on whether running an ivy bridge in the 1.40v-1.46v range leads to damage or not. I can leave cpuburn or prime running for hours and 73 C is as high as I ever got, so temperature-wise there's still a lot of headroom before throttling kicks in. I am worried about my chip being so voltage-hungry though. RMA takes a while and I'd rather avoid the wait.
Edit: Currently running at 4.7GHz and I managed to get the voltage down to 1.42-1.43 by reducing turbo boost to 0.152v. I'm passing the 1h mark on prime and I think I can go somewhat lower. Vcore is fluctuating by 10mV - is that normal?
Thing is I'd like as much performance as I can get. I built this rig for Planetside2 and that game eats CPUs for breakfast. I put in a 560gtx and 98% of the time the in-game performance monitor shows it's still CPU-bound.
Edited by archont - 10/31/12 at 7:37am