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Prett much disagree with everything in this reply.

86C is really bad, it won't instantly fry your chip but it will degrade much First off, the chip will most likly never ever reach those temps in real world applications. I believe i hit maybe 65C playing BF3 on highest settings for hrs. Second, below 90C is optimal, 95-100 is dangerous, 105 is the cutoff.

What kind of cooling your using? It's generally a rule of thumb, if your cooling on air you shouldn't ever really go above 4.4GHz. unless you case has amazing airflow Do you know how many people here are over 4.5GHz on air. Probbably more than people on water. Should set up a poll:thumb:

I will post back when i have propely applied my Liquid Ultra - betting ill see a 15C drop.

My cooler is in my sig.

I agree with this, still I prefer mine not to go over 80 C while p95. The reason is due to australia's unpredictable ambient temp, the weather can change 10C within a day.
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I agree with this, still I prefer mine not to go over 80 C while p95. The reason is due to australia's unpredictable ambient temp, the weather can change 10C within a day.

Its always better to be safe than sorry. A buddy off mine's fan controller died one day while he was stress testing 4.5 away from the computer, and it seriously caught fire and melted the top of his case. I know this is a bit of an extreme case (he lives out at coober pedy) but I like to keep my temps nice and safe.
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I do apolgize OP, I had completely forgotten that the thermal resistance of Ivy Brigde is a good deal higher then what the previous generations are. In my haste to post I made a fool of myself.

I would however state that those temps are okay, but not optimal. I never said that you can't cool on air at 4.4+, just not recomended. This is due the air cooling is very reliant on circumstance. Ambient temperature, Air Quailty), Humidity, Altitudes, Air Pressure all play a role to cooling performance. It affects liquid cooling but not as drastic as completly air cooled systems. If your specific situation allows for higher temperature clocks then by all means, but just be mindful of your temps down the road after a season change, and dust build up.
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post #14 of 15
those temps are decent, you will see a good drop in temps with LP here is mine at 4.6 with a higher vcore.

post #15 of 15
Looks about right with that cooler. Mine has been running with same volt (4.6GHz @ 1.344 V) since last May. Now it's running at 1.396 V at 4.7GHz. I've encountered zero problems running this high of voltage. Real world temperatures won't come close to temperatures during IntelBurnTest.
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