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post #11 of 14
Thread Starter 
Ok, new result, with bios updated this time, and also i corrected the fans to get rid of more heat:






1.28v / 4.5Ghz - Temps around 65-75. 10 min test


Is it good?

Actually im just testing it, i dont want an OC higher than 4Ghz, which vcore should i use for 4?


Thanks
post #12 of 14
Yea. What stress test? Real bench is the best imo. Prime 95 is outdated for our cpus and it's not realistic.
post #13 of 14
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Originally Posted by AndrejusD View Post

BTW, 1.3 is not that bad:
http://www.overclockers.ru/images/database/34014.gif
Just maby you need better thermal dompund or etc.


Runs high 60s under load, On full EK water loop.
25C idle 30C every day use every day use its 1-1.28v its not till full load when LLC bumps it up to 1.3V. Been running this for 4 months after plenty of stability testing and not a single crash since then other then ones cause from Nvidia driver with some of the earily win10 drivers.

Back when I was finding overclock took 1.33v for 4.49ghz, 1.35v got 4.5ghz, At that it was getting into high 70C under load.
Didnt want to push that much voltage



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Originally Posted by DemoniC1337 View Post

Ok, new result, with bios updated this time, and also i corrected the fans to get rid of more heat:






1.28v / 4.5Ghz - Temps around 65-75. 10 min test


Is it good?

Actually im just testing it, i dont want an OC higher than 4Ghz, which vcore should i use for 4?


Thanks

Id call that good compared to my chip, Provided that is stable, AVX Linpack seems to be the most sensitive to finding instability.
10 passes on that with full ram usage.
post #14 of 14
Thread Starter 
So for a daily use, which vcore should i get with this scores for 4.0Ghzz?
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