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Thread Starter 
Hey guys im currently running @ 4.6ghz @ 1.39 volts

Temps are 100 LOAD INTEL BURNER

MAX temps Celsius: 66,76.78.75

MY question is do you think ive reached my maximum oc or i can hit 4.7ghz
post #2 of 5
Thread Starter 
RAM: g-skills rigjaws cl11 2133mhz ( 8gb)
CPU: i5 2500k 4.6ghz 1.4v
GRAPHICS: Gigabyte 560 TI (1GB)
HDD: 1TB 3.5"
PSU: COOLERMASTER GX 80+ BRONZE 750W
COOLER: COOLER MASTER 212 EVO HYPER + 2nd fan ( Cooler Master Xtraflo 120mm fan )
Motherboard: Gigabyte z68xp-ud3 (rev1.3)
CASE: Antec 100 ( Rear and top fans)
Thanks help is highly appreciated.
post #3 of 5
Ibt will get you much hotter than any real world application. Try reducing pll voltage down to 1.65 or so. This will drop temps significantly and allow you to use more vcore without upping temps as much. :thumbup:

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post #4 of 5
Thread Starter 
So what are you suggesting that i can g et to4.7ghz
post #5 of 5
Basically you don't need to use IBT. Run Prime blend for a few hours, or a long time, and just go by that.
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