Originally Posted by Forceman
I think that's a big jump for just 100 MHz (which means you've hit the multiplier wall), and I'd probably just leave it at 4.5 instead of pushing for 4.6.
***add i think it was 102-105 spike.... avg to mid 90s
so after about a few hours of Prime 95 my temps hit over a hundred degrees so i am currently testing with new fans i had on my h50, gelid gamer fan really good fan and more quiet too decent static......
one thing i hate the stock fans have a whinney sound to them at higher than about 1200-1300 rpm worse as u get higher or maybe i just tone sensitive to that one type....
What the reason i should stop? is it because at this point it will take too much volts, lessen life of chip or cause of instability at this point im just wondering?
***add with the new fans it only spiked to 100 degrees 92-100-97-95 with the avg. high 70s to low 80s.............acceptable???????????
*** add #2 is a 1.332v jump to 1.38v-1.392v really that bad???? thats like 0.05-0.06 jump in voltage in CPU-ZEdited by =JLumbs= - 2/7/13 at 5:27am