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you must have too much paste on or something..
4.4 @ 1.256v Temp of 68C max for me with less of a CPU cooler.
I do have dual push / pull fans though.

Thanks mate!!!

You were right.....Just took off the cooler cleaned it (there did seem to be too much paste rolleyes.gif )

put the right amount of paste on...(AS5) put it all back together and just done a 30 min stress test and now under 70C......thumb.gif

i'm going with 4.4 for sure now.....smile.gif
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you must have too much paste on or something..
4.4 @ 1.256v Temp of 68C max for me with less of a CPU cooler.
I do have dual push / pull fans though.

Thanks mate!!!

You were right.....Just took off the cooler cleaned it (there did seem to be too much paste rolleyes.gif )

put the right amount of paste on...(AS5) put it all back together and just done a 30 min stress test and now under 70C......thumb.gif

i'm going with 4.4 for sure now.....smile.gif
Sweet...
if you haven't then add a second fan to your CPU cooler and get another -5C temps.
I also use AS5..

post #93 of 140
is there a usually a big jump in volts from ~4 to 4.5?

I am currently sitting at 4.1 with 1.144v while folding and ~50C for the package temperatures.

I am thinking in the next few days to make the jump to ~4.5 to see if I can get some better numbers with some greater tweaking on the voltages.
 
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They usually scale well with clocks & volts to a point (different for each chip) then start needing bigger voltage bumps for each multi.
Just have to test your chip & see how it does. I've had one that looked awesome at 4.5Ghz 1.12V, but wasn't even a good chip anymore by the time it got to 5ghz needing voltage through the roof.
    
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kinda like my first 3570K as it had a low 'spike' point but it ran high voltage overall because of a 'bad' chip.
4.2GHz was 1.24V but 4.4 was 1.36V.. buttkick.gif with temps out the roof.! devil.gif
Edited by malmental - 5/14/13 at 4:38am
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Ive chucked it back down to 4.3 @ 1.28 but Ill be upgrading to a 3770k at the end of the month! Hopefully Ill have some better luck
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Ive chucked it back down to 4.3 @ 1.28 but Ill be upgrading to a 3770k at the end of the month! Hopefully Ill have some better luck

Why not just wait for the new line of chips to come.
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I have one thats good until 4.4 then right at 4.5 it screams for MOAR VOLTS!
    
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With an average chip the scaling per 100 Mhz is around 0.06V untill you hit the wall of your chip and thats when you need much more to get another 100 Mhz out of it. At least thats mine and few other people that posted on this site experience.
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post #100 of 140
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With an average chip the scaling per 100 Mhz is around 0.06V untill you hit the wall of your chip and thats when you need much more to get another 100 Mhz out of it. At least thats mine and few other people that posted on this site experience.

Mine seems to be 0.048 per clock...till 4.5Ghz I have not tried past that...Temps to high past 4.5Ghz


Overclocking guide

3.9 @ 1.016 Stable.
4.0 @ 1.064 Stable.
4.1 @ 1.112 Stable.
4.2 @ 1.160 Stable.
4.3 @ 1.208 Stable.
4.4 @ 1.256 Stable.
4.5 @ 1.304 Stable for 20 mins. (temps went past 80c so I stopped it!!!)
Edited by Robbieboy - 5/14/13 at 6:22am
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