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post #11 of 15
If you have a DMM at hand I would check the vcore. It's very likely that the vcore is more or less off from what the software is telling you.
post #12 of 15
definitely an awesome chip. I wouldn't call golden since i've seen multiple better results around the forums redface.gif

sadly... comparing mine to yours... I am at 4.4ghz at 1.28v (CPU-Z reading) frown.gif

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post #13 of 15
Definitely a good chip, but just because it can get to 4.5 at a low vcore, doesn't mean it'll clock really high. My friend's 3570k does 4.5 at around the same voltage, but hits a brick wall at 4.8 and needs 1.4+. Still, that's a nice low vcore for a great 24/7 overclock.
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Are you me? I have exactly the same motherboard, cpu, and cooler and got these results. biggrin.gif As someone already mentioned, extreme4s are known for innacurate readings. My dad said that he has a multimeter, so I'll probably borrow it and check to see how far off mine is.

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If you need help feel free to ask, but I'm probably not the best person, but I'll try.

Also will there be any noticeable performance difference if I go up to 4.8ghz or higher for just gaming / general use? I feel like 4.5 ghz is plenty for now.

working on my next over clock one hour of prime in as of now.



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