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There is no mention of you being addicted to RAM, or samsung, in your sig

Just edited it...forgot to add the link xD
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http://www.overclock.net/t/1281823/foxconn-bloodrage-non-gti-i3-2100t-asus-p67-m-pro-ram/0_100

Some guy has the Gskill ripjaws X Blue 1600mhz. Im not sure what exactly, i think it's this:

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820231443
1600 CL8 1.5v
$25

That isn't better is it? The problem with the muskin ridgebacks is that the guy is just a ~20 rep guy here on OCN (similar to my ratings and stuff, i guess), its not an OCN marketplace thread so it's not as... legit, i guess :X

A bit of a gamble but ram is cheap...
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http://www.overclock.net/t/1281823/foxconn-bloodrage-non-gti-i3-2100t-asus-p67-m-pro-ram/0_100

Some guy has the Gskill ripjaws X Blue 1600mhz. Im not sure what exactly, i think it's this:

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820231443
1600 CL8 1.5v
$25

That isn't better is it? The problem with the muskin ridgebacks is that the guy is just a ~20 rep guy here on OCN (similar to my ratings and stuff, i guess), its not an OCN marketplace thread so it's not as... legit, i guess :X

A bit of a gamble but ram is cheap...

Could be anything...forget the rep thing, that ram is great and will probably work alrght. If not get whatever's cheaper, but you'll lose on performance and overclockability.
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chris-br I dont know e feel ok wit 4.7 at 1.28v but not so good for 4.8 at 1.36v and the temps are more then great, maybe its because i was used to the CPU before delidding i dont know
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Ivy your good to go up to 95C

But if i had to choose between 95c and 1.4v

And 65c and 1.6v id take 65c and 1.6v all day and twice on Sunday.
    
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Well I thought I killed my new 3570K in the delidding process. The razor slipped and went in too far. I didn't do a good job with the CL Ultra because I rushed through so I could make sure the thing still works. The PC boots up, I'm running IBT, everything seems cool. I definitely hit the core though...
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k well il try to get those radioactives but if not ill settle for the ridgebacks ;/

youve been very helpful

if people dont want to discuss things because they are afraid of lively discussion, that's fine with me. there's a common purpose here and people get too offended instead of trying to make everyone more knowledgeable in the end. I don't know quantuum physics so i can't really say more than i already have about volts vs temps, but the stuff is out there and anything more I could say wouldn't be any more than what could be found out by anyone else searching the subject (i mean i don't recall exactly the sources) of electromigration.

practically, it just means high volts can be very damaging to your CPU, even if your temps are very low, but usually both volts and temps are related and you're just aware of pushing the envelope on either.

For me, the colder the cpu the more comfortable I am with pushing voltages depending on what I'm doing. I'll push 1.9V on ivy at -196° for validation or superpi run (single thread), but would still be wary of things that run 100% load on all cores if I want the chip to last a while. I'm not a believer in feeding a good chip 1.5V on air whether temps are good or not, but a lot of people here replace the cpu with every new generation & don't care if it lasts 5 years, so I don't criticize.
My best chips I try not to run on air at all & when I do, they stay at lower voltage & never see high temps. The chip I'm using right now isn't a particularly good one so it doesn't really bother me to feed it 1.6V +, but it still loads up without any cores going over 0°.

High temps & high voltage at the same time are where degradation really speeds up.
    
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Well I thought I killed my new 3570K in the delidding process. The razor slipped and went in too far. I didn't do a good job with the CL Ultra because I rushed through so I could make sure the thing still works. The PC boots up, I'm running IBT, everything seems cool. I definitely hit the core though...

Now you're playing the waiting game until the problem manifests itself lmaosmiley.gif
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For me, the colder the cpu the more comfortable I am with pushing voltages depending on what I'm doing. I'll push 1.9V on ivy at -196° for validation or superpi run (single thread), but would still be wary of things that run 100% load on all cores if I want the chip to last a while. I'm not a believer in feeding a good chip 1.5V on air whether temps are good or not, but a lot of people here replace the cpu with every new generation & don't care if it lasts 5 years, so I don't criticize.
My best chips I try not to run on air at all & when I do, they stay at lower voltage & never see high temps. The chip I'm using right now isn't a particularly good one so it doesn't really bother me to feed it 1.6V +, but it still loads up without any cores going over 0°.

High temps & high voltage at the same time are where degradation really speeds up.

Well said...I wouldn't even worry about degradation if I'm planning to dissect an expensive cpu to begin with. thumb.gif
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Now you're playing the waiting game until the problem manifests itself lmaosmiley.gif

Yeah im sure it will probably fail. I mean it chipped the glass from the looks of it. It works now though...Oh well, guess I'll be back on the hunt for a chip soon.
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