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Prime Stable for 8 hours.
Bios Voltage: 1.3500
Load Voltage: 1.408
Clock: 4.4ghz
Max Core Temp under load: 56 (room was kept pretty cool)

It took me a while to get this clock speed to run stable under prime. I kept getting hardware failure errors. Running at 1.380 volts under load wasn't quite prime stable.

So my question now is can I re enable APM, Turbo core, and C1E? or do I leave those all disabled now? Also I noticed when I would go above 4.4ghz my computer would freeze during prime runs. Why is this? Do I need to mess with the memory timings and clock to go higher?
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With a 20.5x multiplier 52c does seem to high for that cooler. I am running the XSPC 750 RS240 on a FX-8120 with a 20x multiplier stock voltage and my CPU temp has never gone over 35c under full load. and idle is about 25-29c depending on ambient temperature.
 
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480
Prime Stable for 8 hours.
Bios Voltage: 1.3500
Load Voltage: 1.408
Clock: 4.4ghz
Max Core Temp under load: 56 (room was kept pretty cool)
It took me a while to get this clock speed to run stable under prime. I kept getting hardware failure errors. Running at 1.380 volts under load wasn't quite prime stable.
So my question now is can I re enable APM, Turbo core, and C1E? or do I leave those all disabled now? Also I noticed when I would go above 4.4ghz my computer would freeze during prime runs. Why is this? Do I need to mess with the memory timings and clock to go higher?

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