Sure. I know that. Haswell's cache performance makes it so. But you know, gaming is fun, too.
Like, if you just gotta have that 5 GHz for 24/7 use...for whatever reasons...
Meh. I don't think it's a bit deal for VTT or VCCSA, but for 24/7, some chips will need no increase from stock, and some will need even more than what that gives, in worst-case. Just auto as that's the point where voltage increases are needed most often...2133 MHz.
I like to stay under 1.3V on VTT, 1.2V on VCCSA. Realistically speaking, VTT can take as much voltage as CPU can...same silicon. But VCCSA on the dual-channel platforms is different, and cannot tolerate as much, and I do not know if that is the same case with IVB-E...I think it would be, but Intel's guidance is a bit confusing to me.
Edited by cadaveca - 2/14/14 at 12:35pm