Originally Posted by katatoni
Originally Posted by givmedew
I was saying max temps. But for me on that i7 I had 4.4GHz need the entire kitchen sink. So your 1.27 was more like my voltage at 4.4GHz. That said I am not sure if intel burn test is about as hot, less hot, or more hot than aida64... I thought aida64 was as hot as it could get besides the AVX2 intel test which isn't IBT as far as I know. But I could be wrong.
I havn't tried AVX2 on this chip yet but I am guessing it will skyrocket quickly.
Aida64 only gets really hot if you ONLY check the "stress FPU" option. If you check other options as well it runs a lot cooler than IBT or p95 small FFTs, and even more so compared to new linpack
True, with that test alone I get like 95c from the regular 85-86c
Id like to clarify the uncore, if I have it at x39 at 4.3Ghz and still keep it at x39 at 4.5Ghz would that still affect stability?
I tried to put up the max values on that voltages that I am comfortable with, Vcore at 1.300v, VIN 2.0v and RING 1.20v and I instantly hit thermal throttle so I am not sure if this processor is capable of 4.5Ghz and I am planning to delid it but since it cant do 4.5Ghz would it still be worth the try ?
Crap, I accidentally fed my CPU 1.700v under bios and booted to windows and ran cincebench for like 5 seconds, I stopped it and immediately turned off the PC. I hope I didnt do any permanent damage.Edited by EarlZ - 7/30/13 at 8:06am