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Exactly! Now try around the 1.2 to 1.3 range its all dependant on you chip. So you going to have to tweek this yourself and begin to become an overclocker and start to feel how your chip is at overclocking! Good luck sir! And gratz on the 4.2 Ghz!

i tried 4.5 at 1.28ghz and crashed...............i will try with more volt................and will update my post if any problem occured...................
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i tried 4.5 at 1.28ghz and crashed...............i will try with more volt................and will update my post if any problem occured...................
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No problem! The 4.5 Ghz sometimes jumps on the vcore for some reason depending ont the chip so give 1.33 or 1.35 a shot and use a program called real temp to keep track of your temps while checking your stability. Make sure your temps don't go over 95C on real temp.
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No problem! The 4.5 Ghz sometimes jumps on the vcore for some reason depending ont the chip so give 1.33 or 1.35 a shot and use a program called real temp to keep track of your temps while checking your stability. Make sure your temps don't go over 95C on real temp.

i set the multiplier to 45 and added vcore to 1.295v(fixed mode)
everything was fine,computer boots no crashes..........
i set prime95 test and realtemp and cpu-z yesterday and locked the computer and went to sleep....
but pc goes into hibernate mode after 30 minutes..........
that's why next time when i started my computer (about 12 hours after)......
cpu was not running............after pressing a keyboard key computer backs into last position..........
though prime95 test was passed but the test ran only 30 minutes....(real temp time)

so how can i run prime95 test 24hour? (sorry for off-topic)


i forgot tell one thing................idle temp was 35-40 degree......while running test temp was 78-80 degree..........and max temp was 105 degree
is that okay? or should i lower the volt?
post #14 of 85
105C is not okay!
you can disable hibernate for stresstesting,
Control Panel\All Control Panel Items\Power Options

you can lower your vcore, but you ran into problems using 1.28V ,
1.295v does run, but your not sure yet if its stable, it only ran for about 30min right?

at 105C your chip starts to throttle to protect the core, for any damage,
if you see temps about 100C or higher, you better shut down the program..
Edited by VonDutch - 1/24/13 at 12:48am
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I can get 4.5ghz @ 1.27v. Just keep adjusting your bios and DO NOT leave your voltages on Auto.

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I can get 4.5ghz @ 1.27v. Just keep adjusting your bios and DO NOT leave your voltages on Auto.
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i need 1.235 for 4.5ghz,

op needs at least or about 1.295v, he tried 1.28V and it crashed, so hes not on auto either,
every chip is different in vcore needed for any oc, im just worried about him hitting 105C at 4.5ghz
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i need 1.235 for 4.5ghz,

op needs at least or about 1.295v, he tried 1.28V and it crashed, so hes not on auto either,
every chip is different in vcore needed for any oc, im just worried about him hitting 105C at 4.5ghz

Agreed that is crazy high for that vcore.... unless intel is messing up the thermal compound yet again.. never know with them. But like vondutch says you need tp stay away from 105 I believe I said earlier as long as you don't go over 95C your okay but gotta be careful. So if anything take it easy on the chip for a bit and throttle back to 4.3 or 4.2 Ghz for now and take a look at delidding that processor. Head over to my thread for information on it. Also a better cooler would be a great investment as well as better TIM what thermal paste are you using by the way?
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i tried 1.285v by playing ac3 only 20 minutes...........the game runs smoothly.......
i will try with 1.285v by p95 test.............give me a time of 24hour..........
what about offset volt....................it could undervolt in idle (correct me if i'm wrong).......maybe that can lower the temp.....and my cooler is hyper 212 evo....
any suggestion or opinion??
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i already read this post........i just want to know the stable volt (fixed/offset)
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