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How are these Temps for my Overclock

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I'm OC'ing to 3.8GHz, here are my settings so far

CPU Ration Setting................ 21

BLCK........................................ 181

PCIE Frequency...................... 100

DRAM Frequency.................... 1448

QPI Frequency.......................... Auto

Vcore............................................ 1.304 (after vdroop)

IMC/VTT........................................ 1.246 (after vdroop)

DRAM Voltage............................. 1.65

PLL................................................. 1.8

PCH................................................ 1.05

LLC................................................. Enabled

CPU/PCIE Spread Spectrum... Disabled

C1E/EIST/A20M/C-State.......... Disabled

So far my Vcore is stable, now I'm just continuing to drop my VTT by a couple of notches, booting and running IBT for 10 runs. My temps are around 68-70c. Do my settings look suitable for the temps I'm getting?

I'm not sure how much further I can drop my VTT. I know I should remain within .5 of my DRAM, which would be 1.1 but I doubt I'll get down there.
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IBT is going to be the hottest your processor will get. For me it runs 5-7 degrees over Prime 95 which is hotter than anything else you will likely do with your CPU. Even folding my processor runs cooler and pulls less power than both prime and IBT. Temps should be fine for testing stability.
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