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post #1551 of 3792
though voltage and temps are related. I wouldn't worry about voltage too much. 1w if left on 24/365 would cost you $1 a year so...
If you had a 24/7 cooling system and could have ok temps even at very high voltage, I think you should just call it a day and be happy.
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Here's my OC for Stable Club:



Prime 95 custom blend with 90% RAM and ten minutes for each FFT run for 15 hours - no worker errors, no WHEA warnings.

4.5GHz; CPUZ CPU Volts at full load (8K FFT) = 1.232V

BIOS offset to achieve this is +0.050V, LLC level 4 (ASRock). I can run Prime at +0.030V but I get WHEA warnings.

This rig is an upgrade from an i7 870 2 years ago. I used he old DDR3 RAM (1600MHz, 7-8-7-20, 1.65V) which was hell on wheels. Couldn't get anything stable until I bought new 1.5V RAM.
Edited by Decagon - 8/13/12 at 5:16pm
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If HT didn't factor in terms of stability, you should enable it. It's better to have it on than not since you paid a premium for it.

I found it doing more harm than good. The premium I paid was for extra cash and what seems to be a better binned chip. wink.gif I can always reenable it, but for now I see no reason to. Games don't benefit, and it seemed to hurt the GFLOPs numbers in the synthetic benchmarks, so who knows what it does in real world.

If i find a reliable way to benchmark BF3, I will test it with HT on and off to see if there is any benefit to it.
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Currently testing 4.7 and 1.360 vcore temps are reaching mid-high 80 on IBT I haven't primed yet but do you think this chip is worth deliding????? Or should I just call it a day an stay on 4.7????
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Currently testing 4.7 and 1.360 vcore temps are reaching mid-high 80 on IBT I haven't primed yet but do you think this chip is worth deliding????? Or should I just call it a day an stay on 4.7????

Call it a day dude trust me please I've damaged one already it's very easy to do...
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Call it a day. 4.7 @ 1.360 vcore is good enough. My max is 1.37 vcore, but that's just me.
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I had personal experience with attempting to delid my 3570K, and I can tell you now that I would not try it again (at least not for <200Mhz). I was using semi 'proper' tools (Xacto knife and scalpel); but no matter how slow and careful, I still managed to nick the PCB. I'm just glad my chip still works.

Some people have an easier time doing it (esp. if a cooler was never mounted super tight on it, which reduces space between IHS and PCB), but you can also look for threads on OCN where several people killed their chip trying.
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This isn't my final OC, but figured I'd share where I'm at right now; pretty happy with temps and volts to this point.

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http://i759.photobucket.com/albums/xx237/deltadelta483/44ghzat113v.png - direct link for those having issues viewing it on the forums.
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Ok so here it is my 4.7 stable..



I am wondering if i should try and go for 4.8????... im pretty sure that the temps will be in the low 90s maximum while stress testing. ??? I know the will only be that high while stress testing. in real world ill be somewhere around 70s .

What do you think ???? should i go for it ?????
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Ok so here it is my 4.7 stable..

I am wondering if i should try and go for 4.8????... im pretty sure that the temps will be in the low 90s maximum while stress testing. ??? I know the will only be that high while stress testing. in real world ill be somewhere around 70s .
What do you think ???? should i go for it ?????

just to prime it for 12 or so hours sure, 90's aren't gonna hurt the chip
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