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Hey guys i was able to get an overclock of 4.5Ghz Stable with 1.320v Ive disabled Turbo core and all the energy saving options mentioned in the guide. Set the voltage to always fixed.

Idle temps are 36-38c
Full Load temps are 60-70c

I just received my Corsair H60 and will be installing that so i'm shooting for 4.8Ghz or even 5Ghz stable. Any idea how much i should increase the voltage or whats a number i shouldnt go past, like 1.5V

Also do i need to do this offset thing everyone seems to be doing or can i just stick to a constant voltage?

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An offset will help lower temps a bit. 4.8-5.0GHz is a high goal on a H60 but good luck, I know those little coolers can do big things! I just wonder about extended load times on such a small rad. My chip runs stable at 4.9GHz @ 1.42V with a max 12hr prim95 load temp of 78C. I wouldnt run my chip over 1.4V for 24\7 use. General consensus seems to be 1.38V max for 24\7 use. I get 4.8 on my 3570K right at 1.38V stable after 24hr prime and 24\7 folding.
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You think 4.8Ghz with a Offset is more realistic for the H60?

I understand the whole guide but not too sure on the offset
    
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Make sure to use Prime95 Ver. 27.7! It is made to run with our chips.
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You think 4.8Ghz with a Offset is more realistic for the H60?
I understand the whole guide but not too sure on the offset
I would give it a shot! I would think on that cooler that 4.6\4.7 might be more reasonable unless you are running some killer fans in a push pull.
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here is my 4.8 stable screen shot. Sorry for the wide screen, dual monitor rolleyes.gif


Edited by suburban78 - 12/12/12 at 7:55pm
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Your picture frame is crooked
    
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Lol, good eye. I noticed that also after posting but didn't feel like retaking the pic. Guess I'll have to now.
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Lol, good eye. I noticed that also after posting but didn't feel like retaking the pic. Guess I'll have to now.

I'm just ocd thumb.gif

Anyways, clean setup smile.gif
    
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Thank you.
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