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It really depends on the workloads the CPU is subjected to. If a user has a penchant for Prime95, Uncore voltages upwards of 1.30V at 3.8GHz can pull a LOT of current. Of all the primary rails, the quickest way to degrade BW-E and HW-E is to brutalize the Uncore. Internally, we've run experiments and knocked a CPU into oblivion in under a day with such test regimes.

In your test regimes... at what voltage were you killing and or degrading these BW-E and HW-E CPU's?

Interesting.
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In your test regimes... at what voltage were you killing and or degrading these BW-E and HW-E CPU's?

Interesting.

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Raja isn't an OC Guru, he just works for Asus. That's not to say he doesn't know his stuff...

I'd still take Scones word over his.


I'll let you ask Scone wink.gif
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Raja isn't an OC Guru, he just works for Asus. That's not to say he doesn't know his stuff...

I'd still take Scones word over his.

lols.
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It really depends on the workloads the CPU is subjected to. If a user has a penchant for Prime95, Uncore voltages upwards of 1.30V at 3.8GHz can pull a LOT of current. Of all the primary rails, the quickest way to degrade BW-E and HW-E is to brutalize the Uncore. Internally, we've run experiments and knocked a CPU into oblivion in under a day with such test regimes.
You guys ruined a CPU in one day? Now I know how to get an easy replacement chip from Intel. Thanks for the tip Raja! wink.gif

Just kidding of course. Anyway, got my chip running stable @4.4Ghz using 1.32v. Cache at 3.6Ghz using 1.2v. So far so good.
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I'd take my word over any one of you Muppets biggrin.gif


Raja trumps likely any number or in fact all active members you care to mention including myself (if that wasn't clear enough) in experience alone.


I'm talking about knitting, not sure what he's like with computers. wink.gif
Edited by Silent Scone - 8/10/16 at 1:14am
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I'd take my word over any one of you Muppets biggrin.gif


Raja trumps likely any number or in fact all active members you care to mention including myself (if that wasn't clear enough) in experience alone.


I'm talking about knitting, not sure what he's like with computers. wink.gif

Overclocking is so last decade. Crochet is where the action is at..
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You guys ruined a CPU in one day? Now I know how to get an easy replacement chip from Intel. Thanks for the tip Raja! wink.gif

Just kidding of course. Anyway, got my chip running stable @4.4Ghz using 1.32v. Cache at 3.6Ghz using 1.2v. So far so good.

Just as well you are kidding. smile.gif

Intel has an electron microscope with which they can check causes of failure. It's not something they use all the time, but if the RMA rates become abnormal, it causes preventative measures to be taken in future architectures.
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Just as well you are kidding. smile.gif

Intel has an electron microscope with which they can check causes of failure. It's not something they use all the time, but if the RMA rates become abnormal, it causes preventative measures to be taken in future architectures.
Your old Jedi mind tricks won't work on me. Chip is going to burn up when I get bored of it thanks to your tip. thumb.gif
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Your old Jedi mind tricks won't work on me. Chip is going to burn up when I get bored of it thanks to your tip. thumb.gif

Jabba, I don't think they want their CPUs subjected to such slimy practices. biggrin.gif
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Jabba, I don't think they want their CPUs subjected to such slimy practices. biggrin.gif
LoL. I kid, I kid. I have a perfectly good chip so no point in doing harm to it. Question, what's the max safe 24/7 CPU cache voltage?
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