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Recently my PC has been starting to blue screen every 2-3 days, tends to go away if I up volts by .5. Not sure if it's something to be worried about, but 4.5 is taking like 1.37 to be stable.
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If you got your cpu a month or so ago, then it's just working itself in.
Just like running in a car engine
Glad to have you on the thread Mr Tooshort smile.gif
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Do this one first........the rest can wait thumb.gif
Done!
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Hey everyone, I just wanted to ask what the overriding consensus on vcore is with these puppies? I've been keeping under 1.4V to be safe as that I think is the Vabsolute on the Intel datasheets... Have any of you had noticeable degradation running between 1.45 and 1.5V as an everyday clock?
There are too many conflicting bits of info and as far as I can tell none of them are based on anything haha.
Some people saying they've been running 1.5V on SB-E for years is a bit suss seeing as they've been out for at most a year and a half, and less for the 3820.
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Hey everyone, I just wanted to ask what the overriding consensus on vcore is with these puppies? I've been keeping under 1.4V to be safe as that I think is the Vabsolute on the Intel datasheets... Have any of you had noticeable degradation running between 1.45 and 1.5V as an everyday clock?
There are too many conflicting bits of info and as far as I can tell none of them are based on anything haha.
Some people saying they've been running 1.5V on SB-E for years is a bit suss seeing as they've been out for at most a year and a half, and less for the 3820.
I personally try to keep it at max load no more than 1.55 - 1.565vcore on good w/cooled loop . So if you can get your bios vcore around about 1.43 - 1.45vcore you'll be right mate
I'm running my hexy at 5035@2409@1.53vcore she gets hot but a bit of a/c helps keep case temps down . But for quaddies ive never noticed it . Only when repeatedly booting in at 1.7vcore + will degrade it in a short time couple of months . So I think you will be okay thumb.gif
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Yeah that all sounds pretty reasonable, the official x79 overclock guide by Sin0822 says keep between 1.4 and 1.5V on custom water, 1.5+ on peltier and l2n... Seems like it might be more of a temperature degradation thing than a straight up voltage thing?
I need to make a pedestal for my case and get a pair of 340 rads to exhaust outside the case tongue.gif 78 - 83*C prime load seems too high to me.
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It just means you got a good clocker, whats the batch# ?

Written on box or IHS
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The batch no and where it was made is on top of the chip smile.gif

Here it is: Costa Rica #3211B780

I also gave me a bit of a scare getting that number. I pulled out the processor and set aside (while connected) my CPU water block only for it to slide back into position while the pins were exposed. It bent a few pins a bit smaller than the cap of a pen. doh.gif I spent a good hour bending those back... seems I got lucky as I'm typing on my PC again. I just hope nothing happens later down the road when I move to my corsair 350D. Bent pins are no laughing matter. cryingsmiley.gif
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Bent pins are no laughing matter. cryingsmiley.gif

Especially not with 2011 of them!
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Especially not with 2011 of them!

No kidding, I thought for a second I actually broke one. I saw a pin flake off as I was straightening and freaked out! Thank fully, so far so good. I'll do some test, if temps are bad, I get glitches, or blue screen, I'm ordering a new motherboard (same model).
Edited by Continus - 6/1/13 at 10:50pm
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I've actually had it for almost 8 months now, although only started overclocking it a few months ago. Probably windows being finnicky, something something clock wasn't received on another blah blah blah.
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