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Well.. VonDutch a BIG up to you mate.. just run Prime95 for 35 min,, @ 1.26v @4.5ghz with out any issues on F14.

going to try 4.8ghz @1.36v will get back in a bit with outcome.


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Well.. VonDutch a BIG up to you mate.. just run Prime95 for 35 min,, @ 1.26v @4.5ghz with out any issues on F14.

going to try 4.8ghz @1.36v will get back in a bit with outcome.


ManyMany Thanks

thats great news notion thumb.gif
that looks much better then the 1.285V vcore you needed for the 4.5ghz to run,
curious if your 4.8ghz oc is back to normal too, there always can be some "error"
where you need like 0.005V more vcore then before, but yours was to much smile.gif
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Hi VonDutch,

well things aren't as rosy as first thought.. i can only get a stable over clock at 1.41v @4.8hgz.. seems to be getting worse.. frown.gif
hmm maybe i will just stick with 1.26v @ 4.5.. lol hopefully it wont crash completely lol.

hmm any other suggestions..
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Hi VonDutch,

well things aren't as rosy as first thought.. i can only get a stable over clock at 1.41v @4.8hgz.. seems to be getting worse.. frown.gif
hmm maybe i will just stick with 1.26v @ 4.5.. lol hopefully it wont crash completely lol.

hmm any other suggestions..

dang..like i said, cant imagine a new bios would help with lowering vcore,
but was worth a shot, seen stranger things happen on this forum..lol
maybe others here have another idea,
didnt come across a degrading ivy yet so,
looks to me it is what it is ..yea, back of to 4.5ghz for now, keep us posted
if you need more vcore in a while for that one too,
wonder what intels warranty says about degrading chip within 3 years,
even when its oced..do you have a Performance Tuning Protection Plan?


The Performance Tuning Protection Plan being offered by Intel is a chance for you to experiment with the overclocking features of your processor without the worries of what will happen if you push the procesor too far. The Plan allows you a single processor replacement, hassle-free, from our customer support. This is in addtion to your standard 3 year warranty. In other words, if it fails under normal usage, we will replace it under the standard warranty; if it fails while running outside of Intel's specifications, we will replace it under the Performance Tuning Protection Plan.


looks to me it is failing, but not sure if your problem will fall under the normal warranty, it should if you ask me ..but im not the boss over there ...lol
Edited by VonDutch - 2/5/13 at 8:18am
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the only issue is, i have de-lided the chip and lapped the top of the ihs.. don't think they will except the chip back in this condition..

whats your thoughts.. maybe i should contact them and see if this is covered as a overclock related mod smile.gif

cheers though..
think this chip is giving up the ghost to be honest.. have to say i haven't pushed it past the 5ghz and that was for 5 mins to get the title smile.gif that was only 1.52v so still at safe lvl's

Think i will investigate this warranty..

Thanks VonDutch
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lol this explains what is not covered by the warranty.. lol
Exclusions to Coverage. This Plan does NOT cover:

Any costs associated with the removal of the Eligible Processor and/or installation of the replacement, including without limitation, labor, damages to the system, downtime, or any consequential costs incurred by you, and in particular, any costs related to the removal or replacement of any Eligible Processor that is soldered or otherwise permanently affixed to any printed circuit board; OR
Damage to the Eligible Processor due to external causes, including accident, problems with electrical power, abnormal electrical, mechanical or environmental conditions, usage not in accordance with product instructions, misuse, neglect, alteration, repair, improper installation, or improper testing; OR
Any Eligible Processor which has been modified or where the original proprietary markings (trademark, logo or serial number) have been removed, altered or obliterated from the Eligible Processor; OR
Damage to any other component(s) within the system housing the Eligible Processor or the replacement processor.
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lol this explains what is not covered by the warranty.. lol
Exclusions to Coverage. This Plan does NOT cover:

Any costs associated with the removal of the Eligible Processor and/or installation of the replacement, including without limitation, labor, damages to the system, downtime, or any consequential costs incurred by you, and in particular, any costs related to the removal or replacement of any Eligible Processor that is soldered or otherwise permanently affixed to any printed circuit board; OR
Damage to the Eligible Processor due to external causes, including accident, problems with electrical power, abnormal electrical, mechanical or environmental conditions, usage not in accordance with product instructions, misuse, neglect, alteration, repair, improper installation, or improper testing; OR
Any Eligible Processor which has been modified or where the original proprietary markings (trademark, logo or serial number) have been removed, altered or obliterated from the Eligible Processor; OR
Damage to any other component(s) within the system housing the Eligible Processor or the replacement processor.

i would try anyways tho, dont think its a fair "rule", how about tim's we use that after cleaning the ihs
does the same, takes of the markings,
same with lapping, its because the temps difference between cores can be so big,
or just poor contact and having high temps because of that..o well, like i said, im not boss over there ..lol
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hmm very true

will give it a bash.
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Dude your cpu didn't degradation in such a small period of time.

Are you even sure the CPU was stable before?

What are your temperature gain?

Are you sure you did not damage the chip (never know)?

What about your ram? Tried loosing the clock/latency and testing?

I would literally load default value and start from scratch. Either way 4.5GHz is a really nice clock. I run 4.2GHz HT and I can power 2 simultaneous virtual machine and do my things on a 2600k!
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post #20 of 61
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Hi My temps are not bad considering.. on prim95 @4.5ghz 1.26v i hit about 53-54 c ..

I have been through all the setting suggested by the guide recommended.. can't remember the link of the top of my head but it is on the de-lidded thread.

I have all the setting from memory and have applied them about 10 times at different times of over clocking.. i have used the same setting for sure.. .. I will go over it again, as they say, never say never.. but..

nothing lost nothing gained..

Will go over it again..

let you know shortly.

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