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So what's the average voltage needed for 4.7 on a 3770K. I was excited to see that my chip could almost do 4.4 on stock voltage (1.7~1.8) but it appears to have gone downhill after that. I see that some people still follow the 1.52v max rule from Sandy Bridge but I wonder what number you should try and keep it under
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So what's the average voltage needed for 4.7 on a 3770K. I was excited to see that my chip could almost do 4.4 on stock voltage (1.7~1.8) but it appears to have gone downhill after that. I see that some people still follow the 1.52v max rule from Sandy Bridge but I wonder what number you should try and keep it under

around 1.35 to 1.4 Volts
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around 1.35 to 1.4 Volts

Which question was 1.35 - 1.4 an answer to? wink.gif
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Yeah I know I can move my SSD's (I have 3 of them in my rig) and get rid of the the Opt. Drive. It's just the PSU that I'm not sure about. I'm just not sure what to do or how I would go about creating a false floor to match my white Phantom and still look nice. Any idea how I would do that? All I would really need to know is what materials I should use. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
This is what I would like to go for:


Just a suggestion, I would personally use the top radiator setup as an exhaust rather than an intake.
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Which question was 1.35 - 1.4 an answer to? wink.gif

for 4.7
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for 4.7

Do you have some plans for this build on paper? I wanna see stuff. I think some of the guys and me are almost as excited as you about it!
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Do you have some plans for this build on paper? I wanna see stuff. I think some of the guys and me are almost as excited as you about it!

I should start drawing it up... I'll do it later today lol tongue.gif
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On a side note, last week I cleaned off my CLP and put on some Antec Formula 7. No pump out yet, and temps are way better than at stock. A few degrees warmer than the CLP.

Kind of strange that the temps are within a handful of degrees, I believe I put on too much CLP and the absolute perfect amount of Formula7.

Ambient temps are currently within .5C of the Day1 Prime95 4.5GHz test on the Formula7, and the temps are actually 2C lower. I didn't know this stuff had a curing period but apparently it's in the sweet spot right now. It's been 6 days, only time will tell!
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So what's the average voltage needed for 4.7 on a 3770K. I was excited to see that my chip could almost do 4.4 on stock voltage (1.7~1.8) but it appears to have gone downhill after that. I see that some people still follow the 1.52v max rule from Sandy Bridge but I wonder what number you should try and keep it under
Average is hard to say, but 4.7 under 1.3 is decent, over 1.4 is not. No one knows what is safe, there is no evidence of measurable Ivy degradation by just normal everyday use at a high voltage like 1.5.

We know degradation always happens and the electromigration is hastened by voltage and heat. The higher your voltage the better your temps need to be. Ivy chips are less stable at higher temps also, so I like to keep my max Prime95 testing temps at 80c or below.

You should be safe in the low 1.4 range if temps are good. In the 1.50s you are taking a risk but no one knows how much risk. If you want the chip to not have noticeable degradation for 5 years that is a different situation than upgrading in two years.
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Just a suggestion, I would personally use the top radiator setup as an exhaust rather than an intake.

Haha that just made me realize I made that diagram totally wrong. I meant to have the rear fan as an intake and the top rad as an exhaust lol
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