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A question guys, I've been running my FX-8320 @ 4.5 GHz OC 24/7 for nearly 2 years, my vcore is at 1.475 Volts and my max temperature is about 70 C, the system is really stable though, no crashes whatsoever during stress test and normal usage. I was wondering, how safe is the voltage for extended usage? I'm probably not upgrading for another year or two, and I don't want the PC to crap out on me.
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A question guys, I've been running my FX-8320 @ 4.5 GHz OC 24/7 for nearly 2 years, my vcore is at 1.475 Volts and my max temperature is about 70 C, the system is really stable though, no crashes whatsoever during stress test and normal usage. I was wondering, how safe is the voltage for extended usage? I'm probably not upgrading for another year or two, and I don't want the PC to crap out on me.

core temps or socket?
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Socket, Core was 60 C IIRC.
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A question guys, I've been running my FX-8320 @ 4.5 GHz OC 24/7 for nearly 2 years, my vcore is at 1.475 Volts and my max temperature is about 70 C, the system is really stable though, no crashes whatsoever during stress test and normal usage. I was wondering, how safe is the voltage for extended usage? I'm probably not upgrading for another year or two, and I don't want the PC to crap out on me.
very safe. While you are on the bleeding edge in terms of core temps your voltage is well within the safe limits. The safe limits being 1.55V. However due to the nature of Vishera if you can keep it well below the core temps going above the safe voltage level has been proven to do pretty much nothing to these chips. So you are a pretty safe. The only thing I can say is try getting those core temps down a bit.

"Vishera. If you can cool it. You can clock it!"
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If you could mount a 80mm fan on the backside of you processor it may be enough to drop those temps to 65c maybe less. Even if you can tie wrap it to float that underside of the processor, so long as the case can close.
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very safe. While you are on the bleeding edge in terms of core temps your voltage is well within the safe limits. The safe limits being 1.55V. However due to the nature of Vishera if you can keep it well below the core temps going above the safe voltage level has been proven to do pretty much nothing to these chips. So you are a pretty safe. The only thing I can say is try getting those core temps down a bit.

"Vishera. If you can cool it. You can clock it!"

Thanks, good to know I'm fine. Unfortunately, I don't think there much I can do to the temps. I might be getting slightly lower temps in the future, since I've ordered a RX 480 to replace my heavily overclocked and overvolted R9 280X (1120 MHz @ 1.3 V) which will have significantly lower power consumption and lower heat output in the case, possibly. Or maybe using an AC to reduce ambient temps.
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If you could mount a 80mm fan on the backside of you processor it may be enough to drop those temps to 65c maybe less. Even if you can tie wrap it to float that underside of the processor, so long as the case can close.

Well I already have a 120 mm case fan behind the socket, results of which you can see here. It originally dropped my temps by 10 C, before I got my water cooler, which enabled me to go from 4.2 GHz to 4.3 GHz.
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Honestly if you had it for almost two years like this, it should run like this for quite a while longer, if there where risks of CPU degradation and such you would have already have had problems, my advice is to keep it the way it is and don't mess with the settings anymore, it should do fine.
     
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Thanks a lot guys, I'm likely to keep the PC at its current settings for at least another year or two, depending on how much of a raise I can get annually lol. I was always worried my CPU might be degrading a bit under so much voltage, but It's good to know I have at least a little bit more headroom.
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Ok so I'm kind of sort of in the same boat. For the last 3 years I ran my 8350 at 4.6 and my voltage was only at 1.40. Recently, my H80i crapped out so I replaced it and redid my OC. I got it up to 4.5Ghz on stock voltage of 1.32 and was like wow, I have loads of head room here. Then It only took 3 more points to1.39 for 4.6. So I went for 4.7 thinking its a cake walk and I ended up having to crank it all the way up to 1.47 to get it stable on 4.7Ghz

Now everything seems pretty sweet except for the CPU temp. Here's my result in the 7.5 hours of Prime 95:
Pretty much the whole time (Under full load, prime 95, cores at 100%) it runs at around 69-70c and about once per hour it touches 72-73 for at least for about 20-25 seconds at a time, then back to the 69-70.

My core temps however stayed (again, the whole time, 7.5 hours) at 51-56c and NEVER a point above. In fact the 56 is about once an hour for about a minute and then back to 51-52-51-51-54 cycle.

I'm guessing this is good but I'm a little concerned about my socket temps. I'm figuring as you all said to MilaED that it's all well and good and I probably just need to ghetto rig a small fan right over my VRM's (no room behind the motherboard). However I was also thinking should I just go back to 4.6? I mean from 4.6 to 4.7 ended up being ridiculously expensive as far as Voltage goes all for just 100mhz. Any suggestion would be appreciated
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Ok so I'm kind of sort of in the same boat. For the last 3 years I ran my 8350 at 4.6 and my voltage was only at 1.40. Recently, my H80i crapped out so I replaced it and redid my OC. I got it up to 4.5Ghz on stock voltage of 1.32 and was like wow, I have loads of head room here. Then It only took 3 more points to1.39 for 4.6. So I went for 4.7 thinking its a cake walk and I ended up having to crank it all the way up to 1.47 to get it stable on 4.7Ghz

Now everything seems pretty sweet except for the CPU temp. Here's my result in the 7.5 hours of Prime 95:
Pretty much the whole time (Under full load, prime 95, cores at 100%) it runs at around 69-70c and about once per hour it touches 72-73 for at least for about 20-25 seconds at a time, then back to the 69-70.

My core temps however stayed (again, the whole time, 7.5 hours) at 51-56c and NEVER a point above. In fact the 56 is about once an hour for about a minute and then back to 51-52-51-51-54 cycle.

I'm guessing this is good but I'm a little concerned about my socket temps. I'm figuring as you all said to MilaED that it's all well and good and I probably just need to ghetto rig a small fan right over my VRM's (no room behind the motherboard). However I was also thinking should I just go back to 4.6? I mean from 4.6 to 4.7 ended up being ridiculously expensive as far as Voltage goes all for just 100mhz. Any suggestion would be appreciated
There are slim scythe 120mm fans, that's how i managed to put something at the back of my pc as well, you can use double side tape or you can drill the side to mount it properly and have access to air from outside for even better temps, then again up to 75c should be fine for socket temps.

Edit: actually you don't have to worry, unlike prime real world usage won't get ypur socket temps that high you can get the x264 dtress test to see what im talking.
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