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post #11 of 136
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Originally Posted by compuman145 View Post

That's damn near impossible, can I have the validate link please. How have you managed that?
Thanks
Comps

What do you mean validate link? Sorry I honestly haven't done this before
post #12 of 136
There is a button that says validate on CPU-Z at the bottom, click that, it'll validate your details. Only reason I want this is so I can try it later.

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post #13 of 136
Mine requires 1.356 volts for 4.6GHz! And 1.4+ for 4.7GHz. I've been running it in offset mode for 6 months now without any problems. If your cooling is good then I see no problem up to 1.4 volts thumb.gif
post #14 of 136
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There is a button that says validate on CPU-Z at the bottom, click that, it'll validate your details. Only reason I want this is so I can try it later.
Comps
Do I screen shot that or what? It gave me a bunch of options
post #15 of 136
lets see your temp screen shot at 1.356 at 4.6ghz anything for me over 1.3v will be in the 80's guaranteed and I hit 90c when I am at 4.5ghz and 1.31v which is what I need to be stable at 4.5
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post #16 of 136
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Do I screen shot that or what? It gave me a bunch of options

Click validate, Then click submit under online mode, it'll open up a web page, I'd like that web page address please.

It'll be like http://valid.canardpc.com/2611922 which is my one for my work laptop
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post #17 of 136
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lets see your temp screen shot at 1.356 at 4.6ghz anything for me over 1.3v will be in the 80's guaranteed and I hit 90c when I am at 4.5ghz and 1.31v which is what I need to be stable at 4.5

Is that with HT on? Give me half an hour with Prime95 I will post temperature results shortly after

Also anything in the 80s during Prime95 is acceptable to me thumb.gif
Edited by Bruennis - 12/11/12 at 7:50am
post #18 of 136
I wanna see at 10 run test of IBT not 30 minutes of prime.
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post #19 of 136
if you want 4.8-5ghz on ivy you should de-lid.
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post #20 of 136
I'm looking to overclock my i5 3570k today to 4.4-4.6Ghz Whats the highest voltage i should reach or keep it under? 1.3V?
    
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