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Hm, is 4.4ghz at 1.35v fine? 60c max in BF3 and 79c max prime? I was thinking about returning my chip because I thought I got a bad batch.

Hmmm yeah that is high I can solid 4.8 @ 1.368v....however have you tried enabling internal pll voltage and increasing vcssa from 1.05-auto to 1.100v that's what made my vcore drop a lot.
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JUS an UPDATE!!! i got my rig to 4.5ghz at 1.35v and 1.332v cpu-z with 65-69 degrees in BF3 ram@1333mhz

i am testing at 4.6ghz right as we speak with 1.415v in bios and 1.392v on load.... with temps in BF3 at 79-79-76-75 i had to bump quite a bit to get BF3 just to run with no frezze or lockups i am priming 95 right now as we speak, its already hit a high of 87-91-91-88

Whatcha guys think so far any suggestions or ideas or comments?

btw everything other than voltage is on auto.
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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.
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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-Z
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The temps are a lot higher than most people would consider comfortable, although the voltage is not all that high. The reason I would stop is because you are significantly increasing the stress on the CPU with the voltage and temps for what is really a pretty meaningless performance increase. You'll never see the difference between 4.5 and 4.6, but your chip will certainly notice the increased volts and temps.
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The temps are a lot higher than most people would consider comfortable, although the voltage is not all that high. The reason I would stop is because you are significant;y increasing the stress on the CPU with the voltage and temps for what is really a pretty meaningless performance increase. You'll never see the difference between 4.5 and 4.6, but your chip will certainly notice the increased volts and temps.

Do you realize that he will never hit thos temps, EVER, under normal use?
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Do you realize that he will never hit thos temps, EVER, under normal use?

Of course I realize that, but stress testing is the standard that people use to compare overclocks - and running Prime95 at 100+C is not something most people would be comfortable with. Do you run your system with Prime temps at 95+?
Edited by Forceman - 2/7/13 at 10:48am
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The temps are a lot higher than most people would consider comfortable, although the voltage is not all that high. The reason I would stop is because you are significant;y increasing the stress on the CPU with the voltage and temps for what is really a pretty meaningless performance increase. You'll never see the difference between 4.5 and 4.6, but your chip will certainly notice the increased volts and temps.

ya that makes sense...... well those recent settings passed 2-3hrs of prime but did not pass BF3, which i use to test any reliability.....BF3 seems to be overclock sensitive with my old rig that would be my first test to see if it crashes then prime it....

BTW im going to leave it @ 4.5ghz idle 1.344v, load 1.332v..........and mayb in time i might de-lid....

another question for anyone who has the same cpu, how do you feel is your rendering time??? i have adobe elements 11 and the difference between my old 775 chip Q9550 @ 4.2ghz and it doesnt seem like there is any difference can anyone shed sum light for muah....
 
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Hm, is 4.4ghz at 1.35v fine? 60c max in BF3 and 79c max prime? I was thinking about returning my chip because I thought I got a bad batch.


Here I was getting upset that my chip is hitting 52c @1.19v@4.4ghz.rolleyes.gif
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Of course I realize that, but stress testing is the standard that people use to compare overclocks - and running Prime95 at 100+C is not something most people would be comfortable with. Do you run your system with Prime temps at 95+?

I don't because I got decent cooling (Peak temps are ~74C on Prime with ~1.51V real vcore).

I propably would if I had a cpu with temperature issues like the 3570K tongue.gif
Unless I got one used that is delidded already for cheap.

But before I got this I ran 5GHz and my temps peaked at ~90C on air cooler, never got above 70C under regular use so there was really nothing to worry about, Prime/IBT temps are way over the top.
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