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Insane xD On air?

I killed a G620 with stock volts, maybe +0.1v...but pumped bclk a bit. I still don't get how it died so fast :/
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I was on air. With like -5c breeze coming in the window. RealTemp was saying most cores were at 0c biggrin.gif Wish it didn't die tho since it was a pretty decent chip. Probably coulda hit 4.9 with it once I delid it frown.gif

Now I have to wait till Saturday and see what my local MC has in stock.
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You need temps below -50c for going over 1.6v safely really...(looking at you Valgaur biggrin.gif)
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You need temps below -50c for going over 1.6v safely really...(looking at you Valgaur biggrin.gif)

I know you say - 50c lol, but here is an interesting thought. A chip at 1.6v @ 50c will only last as long as the same chip at 1.6v @ 70c. Temps don't mean much when you start playing with high voltage. The higher vcore will kill the chip faster than temps will ever kill it. This gives watercooling people a false sence of security to overclock too high assuming they are safe because their temps look good.
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Yep! Can't wait to remove the lid. If i destroy it I will just get another one and stick with 4.5Ghz or I will build a x79 system for my birthday. That will be my limit. Can't afford anything higher for a long time lol.

...I'm lucky that way in that I can use a lot of the stuff I retire (ie mobos, ram) towards a set of VM machines re work...but the build I'm really looking forward to will be in the fall...and IvyBridge-E on whatever updated X79 board they offer (X79b, x89?), with a couple of Titans...

That said, this machine with 3 GPUs and running over 5 (benching at 5.3) is a ton of fun and enough not to let me fall for 'Haswell' in June - which apparently is not much different from Ivy other than modified IMC and especially a much stronger, better iGPU (which I don't use anyways)
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...I'm lucky that way in that I can use a lot of the stuff I retire (ie mobos, ram) towards a set of VM machines re work...but the build I'm really looking forward to will be in the fall...and IvyBridge-E on whatever updated X79 board they offer (X79b, x89?), with a couple of Titans...

That said, this machine with 3 GPUs and running over 5 (benching at 5.3) is a ton of fun and enough not to let me fall for 'Haswell' in June - which apparently is not much different from Ivy other than modified IMC and especially a much stronger, better iGPU (which I don't use anyways)

Lucky you. That sounds like a very good build! I think haswell might not clock "aswell" as people might think due to the integrated VRM's. It could cause temp issues and/or less VRM's might be on the Mobo's.
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I went 1.65v last night ... oops
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I wasn't doing anything too crazy. Was just trying to get 5.3 validated, which I couldn't do. And tried to do a couple 5ghz cine runs at 1.5ish vcore, which didn't work either biggrin.gif
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How are you getting your RAM to run so high everyone? I can't go past stock without issues.
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Originally Posted by ivanlabrie View Post

You need temps below -50c for going over 1.6v safely really...(looking at you Valgaur biggrin.gif)

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I was on air. With like -5c breeze coming in the window. RealTemp was saying most cores were at 0c biggrin.gif Wish it didn't die tho since it was a pretty decent chip. Probably coulda hit 4.9 with it once I delid it frown.gif

Now I have to wait till Saturday and see what my local MC has in stock.

Zeek, I'm wondering re the circumstances you described, ie using a friend's Asus ROG MVG...I run a MVE and noticed s.th. very 'shocking' (pun intended). On the rare occasions when I load Asus Suite AI-2 it ALWAYS loads up way more vCore than is actually required. But worse than that...

... the other day, I briefly hit 1.614v weirdsmiley.gif - not on purpose and I immediate hit reset (I'm the guy who normally stays below 1.47 max !). What happened though was that normally I run Intel Extreme Tuning Utility which also controls vCore...while running that I wanted to check s.th. in DigiPLus and was too lazy to reboot - so I loaded up AI Suite...while it was open, I switched to 'TurboV' in AISuite to bump vCore just a bit as I was testing out temps / TIMs...

...AI Suite TurboV said my chip was set to 1.165v (normally it is when booting - long story), but when I clicked the bar for a 1-step increase - it said it was now running 1.170 but CPU-Z and other software like that always running all jumped to 1.614v. wth.gif ...Bottom line, only run one or the other tuning software that can effect vCore, not both at the same time - they don't play nice together...don't know if that happened to you when you were using your friend's MVG but I thought I mention it.
Edited by Joa3d43 - 2/26/13 at 2:33pm
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