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Also, Sandy Bridge wanted more power overall, I think? If the board was great at that point in time, its VRM won't care about powering a 3570k.
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Is 1.32 a lot of voltage for 4.7Ghz? Seems kinda high to me.
     
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Is 1.32 a lot of voltage for 4.7Ghz? Seems kinda high to me.

I feel this isn't bad, definitely not unlucky. It might do 5.0 GHz at 1.5 V and some crazy people would run it like that.
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Is 1.32 a lot of voltage for 4.7Ghz? Seems kinda high to me.

You're fine, I need 1.325V for 24/7 stability at 4.5.
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Alright, cool... thanks man!

I've heard that de-lidding allows a decrease in voltage. What was the expected decrease roughly?
     
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no voltage, just temps..
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Well, I de-lidded the thing and now my PC won't work at all....

Just kidding. smile.gif Everything went fine...

I dropped a minimum of 12 degrees Celcius. Very happy with this. I was also able to lower my offset down by .02Mhz as well. I suppose this has more to do with the lower temps than anything else.

I used the hammer/vice/block method and I'll always do them this way from now on. The entire process took about 20 minutes including taking the water block off and reinstalling it. I couldn't be happier.
Just for giggles I booted in at 4.8Ghz and ran a few tests but decided not to leave it here as it took a bit more volts than I want to run long term.

I'm pretty psyched about this free upgrade.
     
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Holy **** i'm not the only one, check out my thread, seem to have 4.6/1.144v stable! Thought something was wrong! Chip was from intel RMA 2 weeks ago. Only issue is I haven't been able to get a bsod yet, might be able to even go lower, all i know is 1.1v bsods me. Any chance I've done something wrong, Ran prime for 8 hours at 1.144v, 24 hours at 1.2v and a few tests inbetween
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Holy **** i'm not the only one, check out my thread, seem to have 4.6/1.144v stable! Thought something was wrong! Chip was from intel RMA 2 weeks ago. Only issue is I haven't been able to get a bsod yet, might be able to even go lower, all i know is 1.1v bsods me. Any chance I've done something wrong, Ran prime for 8 hours at 1.144v, 24 hours at 1.2v and a few tests inbetween

Just be sure to check your WHEA log. You might have errors still popping up in there (one which could eventually lead to BSOD).
To get there go :

Start -> type "Event Viewer" into the search.
Inside Event Viewer go to Apps and Services -> Microsoft -> Windows -> Kernel WHEA -> Errors

If you see any in there, particularly "Event ID 20", that means you're not completely stable. If not then you're good. thumb.gif
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