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Try keeping the core temps below 60c. At that temp they do not become unstable but anything over that and your challenging stability.
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On load? or idle? tell both

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Usually Intel raise multiplier so I would stick to 200 or so and raise multiplier .my i5 2500k is set at 100x33 so if you count it means you would be at 200x17. Of is a science.me I always be this question for Intel and AMD.at Intel :why 100,why not 200?at and :why 200 ,why not 100.at ocn ,which is better for a gamer?100 x33 or 200x17 (imagine we all end up with 3300)
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Usually Intel raise multiplier so I would stick to 200 or so and raise multiplier .my i5 2500k is set at 100x33 so if you count it means you would be at 200x17. Of is a science.me I always be this question for Intel and AMD.at Intel :why 100,why not 200?at and :why 200 ,why not 100.at ocn ,which is better for a gamer?100 x33 or 200x17 (imagine we all end up with 3300)

I understand, but i leave all in auto... the system is stable, and fast... now is at 3,6Ghz, with 1.4v, the temperatures are allways at 36º to 37º i think i will leave it this way
I work with this PC as a kind of server, it is allways working 24/24h on, and i i say, with that core speed, and voltage, everything is fine, and the temp are fine... ill leave it this way smile.gif
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