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+0.010V offset is meaningless due to a few things...  What core voltage are you seeing in Windows under full load? What software are you using to see that core voltage?

I just used prime95 blend test and checked the voltage through CPU-Z, which reported it been at 1.312V.
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I just used prime95 blend test and checked the voltage through CPU-Z, which reported it been at 1.312V.

 

Oh I forgot to ask: which CPU is it?

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Oh I forgot to ask: which CPU is it?

It's a 3570k.
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It's a 3570k.

 

Oh, so it's pretty overclockable. What's it overclocked to?

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Oh, so it's pretty overclockable. What's it overclocked to?

4.5GHz at the moment, no matter what voltage I put it at it just doesn't want to go any higher.
The silicon lottery really had it's way with my chip. mad.gif
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4.5GHz at the moment, no matter what voltage I put it at it just doesn't want to go any higher.
The silicon lottery really had it's way with my chip. mad.gif

 

It could also be your motherboard.

 

Anyway, you have plenty of power then.

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post #47 of 59
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It could also be your motherboard.

Anyway, you have plenty of power then.

That's good to hear!
Thanks for taking the time to help me out. biggrin.gif
post #48 of 59
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Glad to hear this!

Been trying to find out if my AX850 would be enough for when I grab my second 780Ti. thumb.gif

Just to be certain though, with +75mV on both cards and +0.010V offset on CPU, running on a custom loop should be safe with an 850 PSU?

Got my 4770k at 4.7 and OC'ed my TI's the highest they will go with +75mg

Measured with a kill-a-watt and then again with corsair-link both at 600 watt range full load, excluding mining or folding....

All that said though, I managed to shutdown 3 corsair ax860 platinum, though my readings were well within specs

I'm still confounded as to why the PSU's shutdown, but if your psu can't handle it, it will shutdown safely, so I don't think you have anything to lose by trying
post #49 of 59
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Got my 4770k at 4.7 and OC'ed my TI's the highest they will go with +75mg

Measured with a kill-a-watt and then again with corsair-link both at 600 watt range full load, excluding mining or folding....

All that said though, I managed to shutdown 3 corsair ax860 platinum, though my readings were well within specs

I'm still confounded as to why the PSU's shutdown, but if your psu can't handle it, it will shutdown safely, so I don't think you have anything to lose by trying

That's definitely reassuring, (well, apart from all 3 ax860 plats shutting down. haha) thanks for letting me know. smile.gif

Rep+ for everyone that's helped. biggrin.gif
post #50 of 59
I don't know if 2 weeks counts as a necro, if so I'm sorry. The thread title seemed perfect to answer my question, but it didn't exactly.

Would a Silverstone Strider 1000W 80+Gold be enough juice to run a heavily overclocked 4770k (4.8 ish) and 2 heavily overclocked 780 ti's. The 780ti's would both be Kingpin editions in this example, and my definition of heavily overclocked would be as high as i can stabilize it for a 24/7 "gaming" clock, not for benchmarking and/or LN2.
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