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I really see no reason to go past 5 ghz, and even that is probably a huge overkill. Lets make it closer to realistic clocks here, because 5ghz + wouldnt be quite comparable and closer to unrealistic use of the chip.. If only this experiment is for us that is...( making clocks some what moderate and not purposely trying to degrade it as fast as possible.)

So many people are running moderate clocks the data will be there anyways. Thanks martin for doing this as i am running 5 as well but need 1.52v.
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So many people are running moderate clocks the data will be there anyways. Thanks martin for doing this as i am running 5 as well but need 1.52v.
Yeah, thats right, but i think when going past 5 ghz the degredation could get way faster.. But oh well, as you said, that data probably will be there, but this topic is where i look forward to find that out.
So i say keep 5ghz, and keep it little bit more real. Because thats what most of the people are going to max out i think.. So whats the point doing like 1.6v test to see degredation when most of the people are no where close that and by that this data will be useless..But ofc, its op decision smile.gif But then again, this is OCN, so who knows. biggrin.gif
 
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Yeah, thats right, but i think when going past 5 ghz the degredation could get way faster.. But oh well, as you said, that data probably will be there, but this topic is where i look forward to find that out.
So i say keep 5ghz, and keep it little bit more real. Because thats what most of the people are going to max out i think.. So whats the point doing like 1.6v test to see degredation when most of the people are no where close that and by that this data will be useless..But ofc, its op decision smile.gif But then again, this is OCN, so who knows. biggrin.gif

It's great to show how much it degrades at that volt, because then we can be sure it will degrade lesser when used with lower volts.
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I've been running stress tests on the 3770K in my test bench for the past 2 months. Today I re-set the BIOS to my 4.7GHz settings but it crashed. Haven't been able to get it stable even upping the offset to +0.060v (was +0.040v) I'm going to try LLC Level 2 (was level 3) and a fixed voltage of 1.320 and see how it goes. It appears the chip has definitely degraded frown.gif
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Very interesting experiment. My i5 is running at 1.47v, and I'm very curious to see your or anyone else's findings in regards to voltage related degradation. That's only after 12 hours custom blend, so maybe I'll find time to run it through a full 24....
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Been folding on it 24/7 and still going strong thumb.gif
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How long is this been going? You are folding at 1.5v right? I am really interested in this topic, keep up the good job.
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Am I missing something here? I thought this post is meant to demonstrate degradation or stages of its occurrence
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