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4.5 GHZ at 1.308 V Core (Sandy Bridge)

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I've been running Prime 95 for about 3 hours now. I'm not sure if my overclock is safe enough to run at 4.5 GHZ. Need help! Is my V-Core high? Are the temps good enough to cool off the CPU for 24/7 computer use? It's my first time overclocking my CPU. I'm also using Noctua D-14, with push and pull configuration (Two 140 mm fan from Noctua) Here's the quick look at my desktop:

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Overall, is this a safe overclocked? I really don't want to fried my CPU by tomorrow. I'm currently running Prime 95 for 12 hours to insure the stability of the CPU. Is 12 hours of prime run good enough to insure stability? smile.gifsmile.gifsmile.gif Thank you please help anyway you can. smile.gif
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Originally Posted by Charles16 View Post

I've been running Prime 95 for about 3 hours now. I'm not sure if my overclock is safe enough to run at 4.5 GHZ. Need help! Is my V-Core high? Are the temps good enough to cool off the CPU for 24/7 computer use? It's my first time overclocking my CPU. I'm also using Noctua D-14, with push and pull configuration (Two 140 mm fan from Noctua) Here's the quick look at my desktop:
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Overall, is this a safe overclocked? I really don't want to fried my CPU by tomorrow. I'm currently running Prime 95 for 12 hours to insure the stability of the CPU. Is 12 hours of prime run good enough to insure stability? smile.gifsmile.gifsmile.gif Thank you please help anyway you can. smile.gif

you pretty safe, your temps are not above 80c and your voltage is not above 1.4. so u good thumb.gif
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I ran Prime 95 for 10 hours and 15 minutes over night, the temps are well under 70 minus without any errors during the process. Is that consider as a stable overclock? Should I try prime once again for 24 hrs run test?

I also tried to run INTEL BURN TEST, but it failed at the 2 loops. What now what are the settings should I change in the BIOS?

Take a look at my screen, this is after the INTEL BURN TEST FAILED. Note: this was overclocked to 4.5 ghz, Vcore is at 1.346 V other than that everything is on default settings. I'm currently running my Corsair Vengeance (8gbs) at 1600 MHZ my DRAM voltage at 1.500, 9-9-9-24 both are.

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