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If your not using a liquid cooler and just using air the 1.35v is the highest you ever want to go. Nothing more. With liquid cooling probably, but I haven't looked into it that far for liquid cooling. Im using a 92mm fan and heatsink witch I find suprisingly good

When you say 1.35v on air do you mean under 100% load or just max voltage. My 4.7oc needs 1.35v max with 1.304 on prime95 full 100% load.

I can hit 4.8oc with 1.4v max and 1.35 100% load.
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When you say 1.35v on air do you mean under 100% load or just max voltage. My 4.7oc needs 1.35v max with 1.304 on prime95 full 100% load.

I can hit 4.8oc with 1.4v max and 1.35 100% load.
I personally would not go over 1.35v, but if you would like to, you may. I'm just saying it can degrade your CPU faster overtime running voltage that high. Also deppends on your heat.
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