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Originally Posted by Zer0CoolX View Post

At 4.4Ghz i hit 100 under full load in prime and Intel Extreme Tuning. Your CPU will throttle speed down to let itself cool off. If you were gonna run your computer full load for long periods of time this probably wouldnt be ideal, but normal usage rarely ever hits full load. Playing Metro LL, Hawken, LoL, etc my temps never went over 70.

Well it looks like 4.4Ghz is pretty stable for me.

I just ran Aida64 for 5 hours and no crashes at 4.4Ghz and 1.265 volts.

Temps are 30-35'C at idle and were about 65-75 under load so I'm pretty happy with those results.

I'd definitely like to push more but not sure how to... Any suggestions would be appreciated.

Anyway I hope I haven't roughed up the CPU too much so far...

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Originally Posted by ivoryg37 View Post

The chip is fine. The processor is one of the strongest part of the computer. They can take alot of abuse.

Agreed check my sig for my suicide run on my old athlon. 4.0 ghz. Didn't really OC that well. But it was like 90% stable at 4.0. I didn't have the skills at the time to stabilize it with lower vcore.
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Originally Posted by Seid Dark View Post

Voltages you used cannot damage CPU. There's built in safety measures, if temps go over what Intel has deemed safe computer will shut down or downclock. If you go to 1.6v and up, that can definitely degrade CPU but those kind of voltages aren't possible on air / closed loop water cooling anyway.

4,4 GHz seems like a sweet spot for most 4770K's, if it's stable keep that overclock. It's rare to go to 4,6GHz or over with Haswell.

I still have my athlon and it is still in working condition. I like asking people am I crazy yet? 1.584 volts. I am glad I got rid of that system now that I think of it. I am now working to start my new build I haven't decided on which platform I want to go with. Definitely going to be an ROG ASUS board, i7 or top of line 8 core from AMD.

Idled at room temp and topped out around 140f with my lil water cooling system with one 120mm fan on the rad. 1 120mm and an 80mm fan intake and thats it for cooling.
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CPUGraphicsGraphicsRAM
Core i7 2630qm 2.0ghz 2.9 turbo Radeon HD 6770Ms Switchable graphics Intel HD 3000 Centon 16gb 2x8gb 
Hard DriveHard DriveOSOS
OZC Vertex 4 128gb Toshiba 5400rpm 750gb Windows 7 Home Premium Ubuntu 12.10 
MonitorAudio
Glossy type 17.3 in. LED Back lit Beats Audio Built in 
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
AMD FX-6100 Asus M5A97 ASUS EAH5450 Series x2 in crossfire Corsair XMS 3 2x2gb1600mhz 
RAMHard DriveHard DriveCooling
Corsair XMS 3 2x4gb 1600mhz Patriot Pyro WD 1600BEVT x2 RAID 0 Antec Kuhler H2O 620 Liquid Cooling System 
OSMonitorMonitorPower
Windows 7 Ultimate Emerson 20" wide lcd screen Dell 17" Rosewill RV2-700 700W 
CaseMouseMouse PadOther
Xion AXP 100 Gaming Series Steel ATX Basic logitech M305 Basic Mouse Pad 5 fan Touch Screen fan controller 
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3.5 in. Card Reader 
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