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2600k question VID and Vcore massive diffrence,

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I know that VID is what the chip is requesting power wise and I know vcore is what it is actually getting. The question I have is that the two for my cpu is a decent bit off. I don't have performance issues and Im sure my temps are fine, just want to make sure I won't be damaging this chip before its time.

First Screen shot is baseline no load.






This screen shot will be underload with a basic stress test to show temps and ViD/Vcore levels





Anyways just hoping to get some input on whether these settings are safe. I think they are, but I am by no means the expert on all things and would like to hear opinions of others who might be more experienced
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That is a pretty big split, but as long as you are stable with the Vcore you are using it is nothing to worry about.  How are you setting the Vcore, manual? 

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That is a pretty big split. Mine is 1.376 vid with vcore at 1.312 for 4.5. You should be alright if it's stable. thumb.gif
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I actually use the offset. It's about .005 under so that my idle wasn't too high. I have been running this offset and those voltages for probably a year, but just noticed the huge difference in VID and Vcore. I wanted to just confirm I wasn't going to kill the life on this chip. Want it to last until the new intel 8 core beasts hit.
Edited by TG84 - 5/23/13 at 2:48pm
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