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I just confirmed 4.5Ghz is stable at 1.25V. I'm not going to clock itfurther.

Theoretically, how low can I take the voltage before it starts to get unstable? I know 4.4ghz at 1.65V is not stable. So should I aim for 1.80V?

My temps stayed around 72c with an ambient of around 28c.
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what would you say are the max 24/7 normal operating temps? (ie gaming, working, video editing).

what temps do you aim for not going over?

(im not talking about prime or linx temps)

I'm comfortable with mine hitting the 80s.
Although in video editing, and other cpu intensive things I haven't seen more than 65c at 4.5ghz.
Edited by OmarCCX - 3/24/13 at 7:38am
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what would you say are the max 24/7 normal operating temps? (ie gaming, working, video editing).

what temps do you aim for not going over?

(im not talking about prime or linx temps)
For Ivy chips you do not want to go over 95c max temp on any core while stress testing. However when you look for your 24/7 oc you would want those max stress testing temps to be in the 80s so your normal day to day use would be in the 60s.
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I just confirmed 4.5Ghz is stable at 1.25V. I'm not going to clock itfurther.

Theoretically, how low can I take the voltage before it starts to get unstable? I know 4.4ghz at 1.65V is not stable. So should I aim for 1.80V?
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Sorry, don’t understand your question. 1.65v and 1.80v don’t make any sense, those are crazy high voltages. If 1.25v makes 4.5 stable, then you can try to notch it down to 1.245, 1.24, etc. until you can’t pass your stability tests. Every chip is different so they all have to be tested to find the minimum voltage to be stable at that multiplier.
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Sorry, don’t understand your question. 1.65v and 1.80v don’t make any sense, those are crazy high voltages. If 1.25v makes 4.5 stable, then you can try to notch it down to 1.245, 1.24, etc. until you can’t pass your stability tests. Every chip is different so they all have to be tested to find the minimum voltage to be stable at that multiplier.
Haha my bad. I meant 1.165 and 1.180.
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For Ivy chips you do not want to go over 95c max temp on any core while stress testing. However when you look for your 24/7 oc you would want those max stress testing temps to be in the 80s so your normal day to day use would be in the 60s.

Anything below TJMax is safe while running Prime/IBT.

That is what the TJMax is for there.
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Anything below TJMax is safe while running Prime/IBT.

That is what the TJMax is for there.
There is no point in running it that high. If you want to test to 105c go right ahead, I personally find that to be illogical, especially considering the fact that Ivy is less stable at higher temps.
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OCCT crashes at anything below 1.250V for 4.5ghz. I'll run it at that for a few days to see if it doesn't cause any problems. Temps are still around 70c when stress testing. I'm quite impressed with the H100i.
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im not talking about stress testing temps. those are much much less important. running 95C or 85C for 1-2 days worth of stress test will not make a difference over the life of the chip.

im talking about operating max temps which every one on these forums just dismisses. but it is the most important part of chip longevity.
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There is no point in running it that high. If you want to test to 105c go right ahead, I personally find that to be illogical, especially considering the fact that Ivy is less stable at higher temps.

Even if you hit TJMax with Prime or IBT your real world temps will never break 70-80C propably.

Why would it matter if you go near TJMax while stability testing? Oh right, it wouldn't.
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im not talking about stress testing temps. those are much much less important. running 95C or 85C for 1-2 days worth of stress test will not make a difference over the life of the chip.

im talking about operating max temps which every one on these forums just dismisses. but it is the most important part of chip longevity.
Understood, that is why I posted my view on that already. No one ignores it, there are posts about it all over. It is a combination of voltage and temps. Low voltage can handle a little higher on temps, higher voltage needs lower temps. A good place to shoot for is the 60s or lower in day to day use. As you can see from my exchange with Stige, many people have different views on it. Some say running 1.5v and 90c is fine, others think it is crazy, no one knows for sure.
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Even if you hit TJMax with Prime or IBT your real world temps will never break 70-80C propably.

Why would it matter if you go near TJMax while stability testing? Oh right, it wouldn't.
You sir are more than a little childish, feel free to put me on ignore. I am here to try to help people, not go out of my way to argue about everything. Telling someone new to overclocking that it perfectly fine to go to 105c is irresponsible and stupid. As your favorite phrase is “do you even know” I think you need to know more because the last several times you posted that to someone you were wrong. I won’t bother to respond to you anymore, childishness is not worth my time.
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