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My apologies Stay Puft...I thought that was Iwalkwithedead. Didn't realize that is was you until you just posted. Funny thing is...is that you were right. I did 45@1.35v and I am currently running prime95 for over an hour at the highest temp at 82c on core1.

Again I didn't notice until you posted and I am never that rude.

1.35v seems pretty high for that multiplier, if stable at 1.35v start to work your way down in voltage step by step untill unstable
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Just to let you know it's not that bad. I have to run at 1.4v to do 45x and 1.45v to do 46x.
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Just to let you know it's not that bad. I have to run at 1.4v to do 45x and 1.45v to do 46x.

That is very bad.
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Weil I did try to back it off and it became unstable (bsod when running multiple apps). I will play with it some more this weekend and if I fry it I will just buy a 3770k. It appears with my batch of 3570k it will take 1.35v to remain stable.
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I find that for me anything above 4.5 Ghz needs too much of a voltage bump for it to be worth it. I can do 4.5 Ghz at relatively low 1.27V but it wont boot 5 Ghz no matter what hehe. Not that i could keep it cool anyways but i was bored and tried to just have it to boot never got past windows welcome screen.
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yeah i am happy at 4.5 @ 1.37v stable (finally), I needed 1.35v just to boot into windows. I do appreciate Iwalkwithedead for helping me on skype overclocking. I may try 5.0 just for the heck of it and like i said, if I fry it...I will just go buy a new chip and board. I sure do like the 6 core SB-E!!!
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