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Lol, my chip SUCKS. 1.375 for 4.4 and 1.425 for 4.5.. I plan on replacing it with an i5 or i7 in a few months(but not selling the chip) so I don't really care, and I am using my old NH-U14S on it so temps are fine.
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Still not nearly as bad as mine. Literally takes 1.4V for 4.2GHz, and if i do that I'm pretty much killing the CPU, temps are pretty high as well :S
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Lol, my chip SUCKS. 1.375 for 4.4 and 1.425 for 4.5.. I plan on replacing it with an i5 or i7 in a few months(but not selling the chip) so I don't really care, and I am using my old NH-U14S on it so temps are fine.
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i've killed 2x so far and degraded 3x others.. seems 1.9v is a pretty solid way to damage most batches, lol

 

*Malay batch# L417C016 is good for +6ghz 2c/2t and loooow volts :thumbsups

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If I stay under 1.45v and below 70c would that be ok for 24/7 overclock?
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Won't that kill your CPU shortly?
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Well I read the haswell overclock guide and the author is running 1.42v on a noctua n14:
http://www.overclock.net/t/1411077/haswell-overclocking-guide-with-statistics/0_40

So I assume 1.42 is still ok if temps are good tongue.gif
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if your under 70c.. you have nothing to worry about.. CPU would hit that on stock clocks and cooler.

 

*you may run into temps limiting clock speeds soon though, so don't think adding more volts is always going to = more clock speed  ;)

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During stress testing, I noticed that there is no throttling even when the core temperature hits ~85 C (HWinfo)
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