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Originally Posted by KillThePancake View Post

... but I'm not sure if I want to go more than 1.35v. Any advice? Thanks!

Given my experience with the 1045t, you definitely need more. Bump it up a couple notches and I bet it will help. I used the same cooler you have on my 1045t, so unless you have crap airflow, you'll be fine. Once you hit the the 3.7-4.0 Ghz range you need to be closer to 1.4v for any kind of real stability.
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