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I am 1.368v for 5.0 >.>

 
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Lord Xeb View Post

I am 1.368v for 5.0 >.>

No one likes a show off. smile.gif
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Originally Posted by joey shaw View Post

Haha ok:) well isnt 1.47 getting a bit high? I kinda thought 1.45 was the max safe voltage.

Ok i will download the newest version of cpu-z and see if it makes any difference

Slightly high yes. Max safe voltage is considered 1.52v; many will agree that if you want 24/7 clocks use less than 1.5v.
post #53 of 56
I'd do 1.4 or lower for daily use, but I'm conservative.

I run 4.2Ghz at 1.32V daily. Temps are 28-30C idle and 45-47C under load with ambient being 25-26C for reference.
 
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Ok khaotic55 i downloaded the newest cpu-z and its picks up the 4.8 ghz overclock:D what version of p67 extreme 4 do u have cuz mine does not have an enable pll overvoltage option, its only has cpu pll voltage that can be set to what u want.. I tried a few other settings trying to get 5ghz but to no avail as the filthy thing still wont boot on anything higher then 4.8, i mean come on just give me 5ghz:)
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Originally Posted by joey shaw View Post

Ok khaotic55 i downloaded the newest cpu-z and its picks up the 4.8 ghz overclock:D what version of p67 extreme 4 do u have cuz mine does not have an enable pll overvoltage option, its only has cpu pll voltage that can be set to what u want.. I tried a few other settings trying to get 5ghz but to no avail as the filthy thing still wont boot on anything higher then 4.8, i mean come on just give me 5ghz:)

I have the GEN3 version.

I don't really know what else to tell you other than to read this and see if you find anything helpful. thumb.gif
post #56 of 56
1.52 is max 1.5 is completely safe as long as you have the cooling as i do smile.gif
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