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Originally Posted by Dimaggio1103 View Post

So final numbers for now are:

4.4ghz 1.09v.

4.5GHz 1.120v

4.6GHz 1.180v

4.7GHz 1.235v

All 100% stable

Benched at 5GHz at 1.31 but not prime stable tested.

So is the verdict from you veterans that its golden? Or average? Does the value increase to above retail?
awsomw chip bro!
i need ........
1.15v for 4.6ghz
1.26v for 4.8ghz
1.37v for 5ghz
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finally got around to rebuilding my rig last night and started testing same batch as OP and a couple other Retail Edge guys. Started at 1.2v and seeing what it'll do at that before fine tuning. So far up to 4.5 for 3 hours on prime95. Going to keep pushing until it needs more.

Temps have been great on the kraken x60 too. so far highest was 75c. really makes me itchy to delid it but I'll have to force myself to have patience

Really hoping itll do 4.6 / 4.7 on 1.2 before needing a boost. After I find a good clock speed then I'll do the longer testing (12+ hrs) but gotta say I was very happy with what I saw so far
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you are only going to 4.5ghz, you can run an i5-2500k at 4.7ghz without even increasing the vcore and have stable and low temps.. this is not shocking to my knowledge
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you are only going to 4.5ghz, you can run an i5-2500k at 4.7ghz without even increasing the vcore and have stable and low temps.. this is not shocking to my knowledge

if thats at me, only starting at 4.5 not stopping. set a voltage and working around that. Next test is 4.6 then 4.7 so on and so forth. And there's a big difference between a 2500k and what it can and can't do at what volts and temps vs a 3770k. Looking at the Ivy stable lists you can see a lot of voltage required and a lot of high temps compared to the sandy days.
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