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imo the voltage isnt the biggest factor, the temp are. it is bad if you run at load temps of 100C, but if you have a high voltage but only hit 70, then i would say you are fine. my 3770k was running 4.5 at 1.336v, pretty high but thats what it takes, unless if i drop down to 4.2, then i can under offset my cpu. just dont go over a safe threshold of 1.40-5ish, unless if you are getting amazing temps

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I am not using the NH-D14, I did for test purposes, but I use the Xigmatek Dark Knight II as stated the in post. It is a much better cooler then the D14 in all my tests that I ran.
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post #13 of 23
I run my 3570k @ 4.5ghz with a +0.10mv offset with level 1 LLC, which equates to 1.272v under load, and it works charmingly.

Ivy's can take a good chunk of voltage (provided proper heat dissipation is available), but I wouldn't go over 1.4v. As it is, I don't feel safe going over 1.3v redface.gif
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Should I run 1.45v for 4.5ghz 24/7?

Some people have stated that running too high of a voltage will degrade the cpu much faster.

But as some have stated above, as long as temps are good, voltage shouldn't be an issue, is this correct?

I have an H100i push/pull with very good temps at 4.4ghz, 1.3-ish volts via offset settings. (0.015 offset I think)
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Should I run 1.45v for 4.5ghz 24/7?

Some people have stated that running too high of a voltage will degrade the cpu much faster.

But as some have stated above, as long as temps are good, voltage shouldn't be an issue, is this correct?

I have an H100i push/pull with very good temps at 4.4ghz, 1.3-ish volts via offset settings. (0.015 offset I think)

Really not worth jumping from 1.3 to 1.45v just for an extra 100mhz, Personally I'd stick with 4.4ghz, likely won't notice the difference unless you're doing some hardcore rendering etc
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Really not worth jumping from 1.3 to 1.45v just for an extra 100mhz, Personally I'd stick with 4.4ghz, likely won't notice the difference unless you're doing some hardcore rendering etc

Thanks for the reply.

yah, a 1ghz bump from stock is pretty good for me, just wondering why it takes so much voltage for midranged overclocks. Just a hot chip I guess.
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Thanks for the reply.

yah, a 1ghz bump from stock is pretty good for me, just wondering why it takes so much voltage for midranged overclocks. Just a hot chip I guess.

Just luck of the draw, some will do 4.4 stock, some won't hit 4.4 on any voltage. Either way 1GHz over stock is always a pretty sweet boost!
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post #18 of 23
I have a 3570k as well, and have it at 4.5 at 1.096v. I ran prime for 12hrs on blend and had zero errors. Max temp was around mid 60s with a Corsair H80i. This is my first (successful) OC, and I'm wondering if it's possible to hit 5 stable being that I haven't really had to crank the voltage on this yet. Thoughts???

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I have a 3570k as well, and have it at 4.5 at 1.096v. I ran prime for 12hrs on blend and had zero errors. Max temp was around mid 60s with a Corsair H80i. This is my first (successful) OC, and I'm wondering if it's possible to hit 5 stable being that I haven't really had to crank the voltage on this yet. Thoughts???

My thought are, why are you not running more GHz yet!? biggrin.gif
  
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My thought are, why are you not running more GHz yet!? biggrin.gif

Soon enough my friend! It took me like 5 days to finally get that stable. Like I said, I'm fairly new to this in practice, but I'm going to try to push it this weekend.
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