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3930k safe 24/7 voltage if you want it to last 5-6 years?

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I was just wondering if you guys think that my 3930K will last for about 5 - 6 maby 7 years if i'm running it at this settings.

3930K settings :
Vcore 1.305 in bios vdroop disabled so the 1.305 is 1.350 when idling and daly use is 1.35 - 1.376 but it bumpes the vcore to 1.411- 1.423v when the cpu is at 100% load.
( 1.35 - 1.423v ) So mostly 1.376v.
PLL: 1.65
VCCIO/VCCSA: 1.104

Mem settings :
2400 Mhz
1.65v
CL 11-13-13 30

I'm running custom water cooling and tamps are about : 39 - 70 degrees celsius ( 65 - 70 at 100 % load gaming temps are around 50 -60 degrees )
post #2 of 20
Almost 2 years i have used my 3930K with 0 issues, but i have used offset, that helps cpu to live longer smile.gif i used 4.8ghz and 1.37v (offset, don't remember it was something + 0.07 or more)
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Almost 2 years i have used my 3930K with 0 issues, but i have used offset, that helps cpu to live longer smile.gif i used 4.8ghz and 1.37v (offset, don't remember it was something + 0.07 or more)
So do you think It'll last 5 -6 years?
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So do you think It'll last 5 -6 years?
hmm, i can't say nothing for that long period tongue.gif for 2 years, didn't happened nothing with offset, but if you will hold always good temperatures under 70C, or even lower, use offset, maybe don't go over 1.4v for 24/7 smile.gifthumb.gifdrunken.gif
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hmm, i can't say nothing for that long period tongue.gif for 2 years, didn't happened nothing with offset, but if you will hold always good temperatures under 70C, or even lower, use offset, maybe don't go over 1.4v for 24/7 smile.gifthumb.gifdrunken.gif
JUst changed to offset mode and vdroop to intel spec offset is at +34mV and that gives me a 100 % load voltage of 1.363 - 1.376v.
post #6 of 20
I think get it down to 1.3v load for vcore and keep VTT and VSSCA at 1.1v and under with temps under 70'C, then 6 years is very doable imo.
    
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I think get it down to 1.3v load for vcore and keep VTT and VSSCA at 1.1v and under with temps under 70'C, then 6 years is very doable imo.
1.376 is the lowest it'll go at 4.6 Ghz and 2400 Mhz mem sticks with 4 occupied pci lanes :/
post #8 of 20
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4.5 Ghz 1.314v at 100% load
PLL at 1.65
VTT and VSSCA at 1.106v

I think thats the best I can do with a high oc on this chip.
post #9 of 20
Looks good. I'd feel confident with this to last for years.

Temps under 70'C and you're golden.
    
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Looks good. I'd feel confident with this to last for years.

Temps under 70'C and you're golden.
max temp is 59 - 62 degrees thumb.gif
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