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post #11 of 25
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why is 1.5 insane on the nb if that guide say 1.55 is what amd says is max safe so 1.5 should be safe. I have not tried 1.7 on the chip have not gone over 1.6. and if temps are under control really good like i have them it should last a couple months.
post #12 of 25
so would it be insane to plug a lamp into a 220 outlet just becase you can fit a 220 plug the conductive paths on the back of a mother board are a little over the thickness of a human hair your NB is part of the board, CPU/NB is part of the cpu little thicker wire(pins) it can handle 1.5 to 1.55 above that and the thermal silicone starts to meltthier gose the insalation between the curcits in the cpu and we know whats next a short

controling the the byproduct of pushing too much curent over to small a area wont stop or slow down the degrgation of the silicon
post #13 of 25
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Originally Posted by truckerguy View Post

so would it be insane to plug a lamp into a 220 outlet just becase you can fit a 220 plug the conductive paths on the back of a mother board are a little over the thickness of a human hair your NB is part of the board, CPU/NB is part of the cpu little thicker wire(pins) it can handle 1.5 to 1.55 above that and the thermal silicone starts to meltthier gose the insalation between the curcits in the cpu and we know whats next a short
controling the the byproduct of pushing too much curent over to small a area wont stop or slow down the degrgation of the silicon

Wow trying to read that just melted my brain. Combination of tech and the butchering of the english language!

OP: You're listing temps but i'm supposing those are idle temps which mean nothing. Load temps (OCCT etc) are what you need to evaluate.

Not many feel safe over 1.5. Some don't feel safe at 1.5. What are your real load temps?
Edited by 2thAche - 4/7/12 at 8:33pm
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post #14 of 25
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Originally Posted by truckerguy View Post

so would it be insane to plug a lamp into a 220 outlet just becase you can fit a 220 plug the conductive paths on the back of a mother board are a little over the thickness of a human hair your NB is part of the board, CPU/NB is part of the cpu little thicker wire(pins) it can handle 1.5 to 1.55 above that and the thermal silicone starts to meltthier gose the insalation between the curcits in the cpu and we know whats next a short
controling the the byproduct of pushing too much curent over to small a area wont stop or slow down the degrgation of the silicon

ok i kinda get what you mean but not really. so over 1.5-1.55 will melt the curcut in the board.. so 1.48 should be safe? \

my case has really good air flow.
hwmonitor pro says nb has never gone over 48 @ 1.5 i have backed it down to see what the lowest voltage i can use for 2830.

now if i turn nb voltage up say to 1.15 or little higher will that let me drop cpu-nb voltage

and i might have confussed alot of people but i am talking about cpu-nb when i say it is @1.5 not just nb i ahve never put that up i have it set to 1.1 in bios)same as auto)
post #15 of 25
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@2thAche

my load temps are 30.5 on core and 41 cpu i have a corsair h100 with push pull corsair fans. if you read the hole thread you would see i said 30.5 core after a night of folding i know idle them is point less i am not new just trying to get help push this chip to its max on water thumb.gif

what is the max voltage for the nb then.
Edited by skyline_king88 - 4/7/12 at 9:05pm
post #16 of 25
max on cpu is 1.55 max on your board that will get high clocks you can see i.e jut the North bridge is 1.5 if you have a 8+2 phase mother board
post #17 of 25
corection,,,NB is 1.25
post #18 of 25
if you increse your cpu volts incress your cpu/NB volts if your at 1.5 on cpu put cpu/nb to 1.45 I like to stay .5 volts under my cpu volts
post #19 of 25
over 1.5 on cpu volts melts inside the cpu over 1.25 on NB will hurt your mother board
post #20 of 25
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ok i have the crosshair v it is 8+2 and you got a sorce for the over 1.5 melts cpu casue i have scence ppl putting 1.55 on them np and thanks for the nb voltage.


my board will let me go higher then 1.55 ic an get to 1.58 before i get error message at boot about over voltage.
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