Originally Posted by FtW 420
It was me, I was using liquid ultra on the die, I imagine pro would be similar.
thanks, glad i remembered it, i just responded to a new delidder,
but he wants to run ice? he better not use pro/ultra then right
i need a rememberallball! ..lol
Originally Posted by captvizcenzo
Indeed, no more temp barrier to be concerned of.
1.3V for 4.7GHz isn't bad at all. Now I'm stressing the chip at 4.9GHz @ 1.41V. We'll see how it goes.
One WHEA error just came up though
The second one made me increase the voltage up a notch.
you still have some vcore room to play with, upto 1.45V should be no problem
Originally Posted by Valgaur
lol yes though lower vcore with negative offset from idle can happen. which can make those stability issues.
cant remember how i turned my negative to a positive offset tho,
was it by using less vdroop?
when i started ocing, i had like a -0.040V offset, but that was at 4.4-4.5ghz..
i just dont understand what i did to turn it into a positive offset.. ( wheres that, :scratcheshead: smily) ..lolEdited by VonDutch - 1/17/13 at 12:21am