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I've managed 4.8 now at 1.4v, but I think I derped the thermal paste, will have to pull the cooler off and double check.

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Too high for my liking without multimeter. Could be 1.45-1.5 with bad temps
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Is it possible to verify the voltages with the board in the case? Or am I looking at benching it if I want to check? I haven't looked far into it, but I'd imagine the only access would be from the underside of the board, right? This inaccurate voltage thing has me tempted to just run stock,or the 4.5 at 'stock' voltages that I was accidentally running before.
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Is it possible to verify the voltages with the board in the case? Or am I looking at benching it if I want to check? I haven't looked far into it, but I'd imagine the only access would be from the underside of the board, right? This inaccurate voltage thing has me tempted to just run stock,or the 4.5 at 'stock' voltages that I was accidentally running before.

Depends on your motherboard tray. If you have access to the back of the motherboard you can use this thread as it show you where to probe.

http://www.overclock.net/t/1318629/asrock-z77-extreme4-vcore-voltage-reading-points
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