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Darn you doing it on air.
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Darn you doing it on air.

lol..yes ..but my temps arent that much higher then yours,
im also lucky with my ambient temps atm, i can open the frontdoor to let cold in,
my computer is in the hallway, we had -7C already last week biggrin.gif
then my cores look like this wink.gif

Edited by VonDutch - 1/20/13 at 12:34pm
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yea this week my comps going into my garage and im letting the cold get to it. run some benchmarks ect. i think it will be 18f here this week. should stay pretty cold
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Von Dutch did you read my post about gaming? My chip is clocked with offset turbo overclocking at 5ghz and 1.5v in intel burn test but gaming my multimeter only see a max draw of 1.4v when playing an intense fight scene in far cry 3. So the question is how much time actually is your vcore above the safe limit of 1.45v? I think possibly never to very little if you just game.
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Von Dutch did you read my post about gaming? My chip is clocked with offset turbo overclocking at 5ghz and 1.5v in intel burn test but gaming my multimeter only see a max draw of 1.4v when playing an intense fight scene in far cry 3. So the question is how much time actually is your vcore above the safe limit of 1.45v? I think possibly never to very little if you just game.

Interesting, perhaps this article is still valid? I know its old, and I'm certainly no expert, just wondering if the rules have changed since the rules had changed wink.gif
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Interesting, perhaps this article is still valid? I know its old, and I'm certainly no expert, just wondering if the rules have changed since the rules had changed wink.gif

Don't think it's the same thing. My cinebench score would not keep going up. Also my temps are way in check (about 55 hottest core) and supposedly the extreme6 uses fairly good albeit analog vrms. They were probably running ALOT hotter at that clock.
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Von Dutch did you read my post about gaming? My chip is clocked with offset turbo overclocking at 5ghz and 1.5v in intel burn test but gaming my multimeter only see a max draw of 1.4v when playing an intense fight scene in far cry 3. So the question is how much time actually is your vcore above the safe limit of 1.45v? I think possibly never to very little if you just game.

yea, i read them, thought it was very interesting smile.gif never looked at it that way,
but then you cant use a fixed vcore, because then the vcore doesnt drop,
what i learned from feniks i think, theres a maximum with using offset for very high oc's,
my 0.160V offset for 4.8ghz, i always thought was to high already ..lol
using it now tho, seems to work..
its the same with running IBT , and normal daliy usage, the temp differene,
maybe i should say, upto 1.5V vcore is absolutely safe with stability testing,
you never see those voltages in normal daily usage biggrin.gif

and i want a multimeter to, seems like the only way to be sure about the voltages you use,
software is to much off, or wrong sometimes..
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yea, i read them, thought it was very interesting smile.gif never looked at it that way,
but then you cant use a fixed vcore, because then the vcore doesnt drop,
what i learned from feniks i think, theres a maximum with using offset for very high oc's,
my 0.160V offset for 4.8ghz, i always thought was to high already ..lol
using it now tho, seems to work..
its the same with running IBT , and normal daliy usage, the temp differene,
maybe i should say, upto 1.5V vcore is absolutely safe with stability testing,
you never see those voltages in normal daily usage biggrin.gif

and i want a multimeter to, seems like the only way to be sure about the voltages you use,
software is to much off, or wrong sometimes..

It only cost $20 whatever that is in your money I am not sure.
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It only cost $20 whatever that is in your money I am not sure.

yea, it where expensive monts, every 10 euro counts atm,
will get one eventually, other psu, then ram i want first..
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Von Dutch I guess this quote straight from the specs makes sense of what I am seeing since I use turbo overclocking.


Ivy Bridge utilizes Intel's Turbo Boost technology. Turbo Boost dynamically adjusts the clock speed of each processor core according to the workload need and temperature limits. This technology is now also used on the chip's integrated graphics, allowing for the processor to adapt better to different workload situations. Along with Turbo Boost, some Ivy Bridge processors also perform hyper-threading, allowing each core to multitask and process two threads per core.
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