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Dude you have a piece of gold in ur rig.

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Just remember asrock boards mis report voltages so if anyone has a real low voltage with those boards you can't go by their voltages
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And I run 4.8 no problem with ppl overcharge disabled. It is not needed and prevents cpu from sleeping properly when enabled
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Dude you have a piece of gold in ur rig.

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Thanks, guys. The silicon Gods were feeling generous. smile.gif
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Just remember asrock boards mis report voltages so if anyone has a real low voltage with those boards you can't go by their voltages
This is true. I watched a video on this. Probably once I get my wc system set up, I will properly measure the voltage. thumb.gif
    
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OK turns out I did have pll enabled, but I was massively shorting the voltages on the processor... 1.35 is not enough. Completely derailing the thread though, any tips on improving heat displacement on an nh-d14? Am running so close to tjmax I can almost smell the burning silicon. I'm already delidded so yeah halp

You should be able to run more volts than that

My friend Belial ran 1.5v with delidded 3770k, nh-d14, good airflow cool room and wasn't hitting 90 in prime, but that's a lot lot lot more power draw than 1.35v

w/ delid, 1.4 or 1.45 should be doable if you wanted them
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My 24/7 oc is 4.5@1.29v
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You should be able to run more volts than that

My friend Belial ran 1.5v with delidded 3770k, nh-d14, good airflow cool room and wasn't hitting 90 in prime, but that's a lot lot lot more power draw than 1.35v

w/ delid, 1.4 or 1.45 should be doable if you wanted them

It all depends on the mount. In had no problems with my d-14 at 1.5v either. I have a rasa kit now and i think the d-14 was actually even cooler.
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4.6Ghz at exactly 1.200v. OCCT Linpack with 64bit AVX 24 hour stable. I could probably lower the voltage a tiny bit more, but 1.200 satisfies my OCD. wink.gif
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