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Hey guys

Is 1.28 vcore safe enough to run 24/7 @ 4.5 ghz on a i5 6600k ?

Using a NH-D14 .

This is with LLC level 5 enabled on a Maximus VIII Hero .
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Hey guys

Is 1.28 vcore safe enough to run 24/7 @ 4.5 ghz on a i5 6600k ?

Using a NH-D14 .

This is with LLC level 5 enabled on a Maximus VIII Hero .
That voltage is more than safe. Honestly if you have the cooling I would keep going. Most here are running closer to 1.4v as that is still safe for 24/7 unless your cooling is terrible. From the looks I'm willing to bet you can push 4.6 maybe even 4.7 at 1.38 and still be plenty safe for 24/7 usage.

Edit: just saw you posted your cooler. Yeah you are fun running up to 1.38 maybe even 1.4 depending on the temps.


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That voltage is more than safe. Honestly if you have the cooling I would keep going. Most here are running closer to 1.4v as that is still safe for 24/7 unless your cooling is terrible. From the looks I'm willing to bet you can push 4.6 maybe even 4.7 at 1.38 and still be plenty safe for 24/7 usage.


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Fair enough.

Yeah my cooling is up to the task.

4.4ghz needed 1.23 vcore which is nice.

In terms of tests i used Realbench 4 hr and the X264 Stability test 8 hr 50 loops 16T normal priority.

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Edited by Benny99 - 6/4/16 at 9:34am
post #7554 of 11372
What kind of load temps are you hitting with that voltage?


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What kind of load temps are you hitting with that voltage?


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In realbench @ 4.5ghz 51-56 @ 1.28 vcore.

Less in the x264 test.

It also now winter in Sydney Aus so that helps but it doesnt get that cold though tongue.gif
Edited by Benny99 - 6/4/16 at 10:01am
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Currently running 4.6GHz on my i7 6700k using 1.376v.

Summer is here already and temps are getting hot, so far reaching 75-80ºC while playing demmanding games like Battlefield 4 (Multiplayer), should I be worried or are those still within safe ranges for 24/7 use?
    
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80C is pushing it. I try to keep temps at a maximum of 70C but everyone is different. Most likely you will not experience any degredation atx at those temps but it is always wise to yield on the safe side a bit. What are you ambient temps and what cooler are you using? Also what type of thermal paste?


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80C is pushing it. I try to keep temps at a maximum of 70C but everyone is different. Most likely you will not experience any degredation atx at those temps but it is always wise to yield on the safe side a bit. What are you ambient temps and what cooler are you using? Also what type of thermal paste?


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Ambient aren't high at all right now, about 24ºC in my room, using a Corsair H110i GT (Both fans at ~1000-1100rpm to keep it quiet), and using MX-4 thermal paste.

Using both fans as exhaust, might just swap them to intake as that may be the reason why temps are that high. tongue.gif
    
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I'm using Asus Maximus motherboard to overclock but which level (1-8) of LLC should I use?
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80C is pushing it. I try to keep temps at a maximum of 70C but everyone is different. Most likely you will not experience any degredation atx at those temps but it is always wise to yield on the safe side a bit. What are you ambient temps and what cooler are you using? Also what type of thermal paste?


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Ambient aren't high at all right now, about 24ºC in my room, using a Corsair H110i GT (Both fans at ~1000-1100rpm to keep it quiet), and using MX-4 thermal paste.

Using both fans as exhaust, might just swap them to intake as that may be the reason why temps are that high. tongue.gif
Yeah I would do that. I'm running an h100i v2 and my temps never exceed around 60 at 4.875 1.4+ V.


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