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Ivy 3570k auto volted to 1.45 for 5 seconds.

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Hey guys, my name is Jerry and this will be my first thread here. I just bought an Ivy bridge 3570k and was looking to OC. I know that most people say that 1.4V is max before damaging the chip and that's why I'm here. I also bought a ga-z77x-ud3h and I went into bios under the instructions of a OC guide to do a respectful bump. I set my turbo's to 45 and left every thing else on auto. Well when I loaded windows 7 and ran prime95 the cpu-z displayed that the Voltage jumped WAY up to 1.45v. I freaked and went to close but before I could I got the blue screen. Anyways my question is should I be concerned about the longevity of the chip now. Is there a good chance it will die after a month or so. Sorry if this is a noob question but I am a noob when it comes to these things. The system is running fine now at 4.2 @1.26v. Thanks.
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You'll be fine, don't worry.
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Thanks.
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Are you planning to OC higher than 4.2Ghz?
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Your cpu voltage seems rather high for 4.2GHz, perhaps you are able to lower it even more.
What sort of load temperatures are your getting?
What cooler do you have?

Also, do you know which BSOD you got? They display a code, something along the lines of 0x000000xxx.
Such info could help in determining what went wrong.
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For me, I dont really recommend to use "Auto" in all the Bios settings, because normally it will give you very high voltage. I'm still new here in OCN and I did a lot of reading to different threads before I made an OC that I want.

I'm not sure if you're using an Asus mono but here's a thread that I read before..

http://www.overclock.net/t/1291703/ivy-bridge-overclocking-guide-asus-motherboards

This might help you as well.
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