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SO here the result of Prime95! D:
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This is weird though I'm having super low voltage 0.45 ~ 0.25v and i hardly see it -_- it just records in HWMonitor or is it just an error with HWMONITOR? when idle haven't receive any BSOD though
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I am running 44x with vCore offset mode: -0.095 (yes minus value). Idles around 30C with .90v and stress (Intel Burn Test) around 74C with vCore fluctuating around 1.26 - 1.30. Is it OK? I believe the offset negative value is a bit higher?? but I was trying to lower it to under volt when idle to reduce heat.

I found my 44x sweet spot at 1.29v manual, and then tried with offset mode. A smaller negative offset value (say -0.010) giving very high voltage spikes (around 1.38 for 44x!) so I decided to go lower and see... I don't see any BSOD in both stress and idle. Is there any problem with this very low ngative offset??
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Hi,

In my case I got my 2600k at 4.5ghz, with 1.30v stable which passed Prime95 blend test.
Now I want to see if I can get a lower voltage keeping that frequency.
I saw someone got 1.27v but not sure how can I reach it.

My specs are:

CPU: Intel Core i7 2600K @4.5Ghz
CPU Cooler: Corsair H80
Mother: ASUS Maximus IV Extreme P67 B3 Rev. (RoG Edition)
RAM: Mushkin Ridgeback Redline 16GB DDR3 (4x4GB) 2133Mhz CAS9 (9-11-10-28) (996997 Dual Kit)
Power Supply: Antec TPQ-1200W


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