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You put it at stock until you have the core overclock that you want and are sure that it is stable. If you overclock core, uncore and RAM at the same time, you can have two things throwing 124 BSOD's and at least three throwing 0x0101, with no way to distinguish between them or fix it aside from randomly throwing voltages
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For the first part, because your temps would be too hot. I don't care about vcore at all, it's the temps that matter, I ran my SB >1.5v (hell I did that dumb 12hour Prime job @ 1.54v from memory, it's in the list there) and it did fine because the temps were under control.

On the second part, I don't see what use it has. Sure, get your stock VID and then understand it means nothing. Mine is 1.04v, not the best but certainly not bad - doesn't mean my chip is great once I start throwing volts at it.
Just ignore AI SUITE, when I bought my first ASUS board (Z68) I played around with it, figured it's useless and temps were inaccurate and ever since then have ignored it. Just use HWInfo, seems to be the most accurate.

Sure, controlling the temps plays a huge role in overclocking.
So you are basically telling me that as long as I keep my chip 10C on all cores and pump 2.00 vcore that vid and vcore doesn't matter eh ? smile.gif
  
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Sure, controlling the temps plays a huge role in overclocking.
So you are basically telling me that as long as I keep my chip 10C on all cores and pump 2.00 vcore that vid and vcore doesn't matter eh ? smile.gif

If you're pumping 2.0 in (most board max out around 1.99) and you want to use that 24.7, you must have a pleb to constantly pour LN2 on your chip.
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If you're pumping 2.0 in (most board max out around 1.99) and you want to use that 24.7, you must have a pleb to constantly pour LN2 on your chip.

srsly, how good is "pleb"?
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srsly, how good is "pleb"?

They usually aren't that great, but I'm sure you could train a monkey to do it. Actually, that'd be 20 times better than a pleb. Then you don't have to deal with their plebness. Monkey it is.
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If you're pumping 2.0 in (most board max out around 1.99) and you want to use that 24.7, you must have a pleb to constantly pour LN2 on your chip.
tongue.gif i forgot the /sarcasm tag considering just because you can keep a chips temperature down doesn't mean it won't die on ya biggrin.gif
  
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tongue.gif i forgot the /sarcasm tag considering just because you can keep a chips temperature down doesn't mean it won't die on ya biggrin.gif

running any amount of voltage through silicon will cause eventual death. What you need to ask yourself is "how long do I expect this chip to last until I upgrade?". Once you have an answer for that, you will probably find yourself considering 1.4Vcore as your upper limit.
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running any amount of voltage through silicon will cause eventual death. What you need to ask yourself is "how long do I expect this chip to last until I upgrade?". Once you have an answer for that, you will probably find yourself considering 1.4Vcore as your upper limit.

Time to put my 4770k in its box. P4 master race
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Time to put my 4770k in its box. P4 master race

Still have a P3 paired with a TNT2 somewhere... used to max out Microforge's Track Attack with ease smile.gif
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Still have a P3 paired with a TNT2 somewhere... used to max out Microforge's Track Attack with ease smile.gif

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