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post #31 of 44
Up your vtt I think max intel reccomends is 1.4v for that chip but not 100%. I would try 1.3 and kick the vcore down. Vtt will help you stabilize while keeping the actual core voltage lower.
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4.5GHz Vcore 1.44 Vtt 1.3 Just to be able to open Windows completely. 1.47 to run 3DNark11.

I have posted a question on Intels processor forum. http://communities.intel.com/thread/36944
post #33 of 44
It's luck of the draw and maybe your chip sucks. I don't have your setup but I know my chip sucks as I need to stay 1-2 multi below what normal/better chips do at my volts.

Like you, I could run it all day at 1.54v under water with no heat problems even when priming, but then I'd have to buy a new chip sooner rather than later and at the moment I see no reason to jump to either 2700k, Ivy or 39xx chips (with mobo change for that).
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post #34 of 44
I agree with the above post.. Even know Intel unlocks the chip, they give you no guarantee on how far it will overclock or at what voltage.. So, I guess the silicon gods didn't smile upon this particular CPU.. :/
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post #35 of 44
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Have a look at this video. This guy seems to know what he's doing. Acording to him, screw the voltage, all that counts is the temp. Keep it under 85C and you should be good. His comments on those who talk about max voltage is that they don't know anything about over clocking. Watch it first before you start screaming.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8qz8olA8bRM
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Troll. Mods should lock this thread.
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post #37 of 44
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Originally Posted by Hatfieco View Post

Troll. Mods should lock this thread.

Who's the troll? I'm trying to learn something and have got a lot of feedback, what's wrong with that?
post #38 of 44
Yet you still keep posting about how voltage doesn't matter. So apparently all the feedback is just for fun and youtube is where you find the answers.... That defines trolling. That guy also said a few quick runs of linx is plenty for stability and actual use will point out the other flaws. The whole idea behind stability testing is so you don't find flaws while using it. Just changing settings because of use and no actual testing is ludicrous. Thats like putting your car on a dyno and tuning it but ignoring the knock tables. Just find the rest out when you driving lol. Your voltages are too high. There is a big x79 overclocking guide on this site. I suggest you read it, it explains all the different voltages, what they effect and how to properly overclock your setup.
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post #39 of 44
Chances are, you've probably already damaged that 3960X by running those voltages that high. That fool on youtube that claims temperature is the only thing that matters is blatently ignoring the electromigration that occurs when you jack the voltage up way over the design limit. If you're going to run over 1.5 volts for any length of time, it's not a question of "if" you will cause damage, but "when, and how much". You'll find at first that your OC gets lower and lower, then you start getting BSOD and IMC failures, and then you have a $900+ keyfob.

It's your chip, you do what you want. But ignoring the advice of those that have plyed their trade succesfully for great lengths is foolhardy at best.
post #40 of 44
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If there is a guide, why not post a link to it? If it is the one linked to earlier then thats a joke of a guide. Did any of you actualy watch the video? The guy obviously knows a great deal about overclocking, so watch it before you make up your mind about the guy. When it comes to destroying your CPU, you know that Intel has a replacement program? For $35 you can insure your CPU. If it gets destroyed you get a new one, no questions asked. And for info I'm running it at 1.42 atm, I never ran over 1.5 for any length of time.
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