Originally Posted by 3DVu
No matter how you look at it, 1.3 V for 2700 MHZ isn't enough even for a golden chip.
I usually stick to 1.275 for 2600 MHZ. And 1.35 for 2700.
How do you get this knowledge?
I don't agree...
Mine is stable with 1.3 and 2680nb.
That is, with the 4.8 clock.
Passed IBT on very-high 20 runs multiple times. So I think I can call that stable.
Originally Posted by Chris635
I have to run 1.4v on my cpu/nb for 2483 mhz with 16gb or ram (4X4 Sticks) at just over 2400 mhz to be stable.
Originally Posted by F3ERS 2 ASH3S
That sounds a bit accurate, more RAM plus fast timings = higher stress on the IMC,
You are correct.
Even with stock cpu-nb speeds you need increased voltage with high freq. ram IIRC.
Originally Posted by Suferbus
My 8350 is stuck at 4.715ghz, at least stable-- also, voltage is 1.485 on asrock 990fx extreme 9-- i had to use a combo of FSB and Multi to get over 4.6ghz stable
Yeah, for me goes the same. Except I can get to 4.8 with multi only.
Above that, no matter what I do, I can't get it stable with a multi only overclock.