Originally Posted by TwoCables
Pff, 70 is nothing. It's very safe.
Experiment with the voltage.
Play with it. You're a kid at play. A mad scientist. Go for it.
The effectiveness of Prime95's Blend test as a test of your system's stability can't be measured on time because it's not placing a constant unchanging load on the CPU. Instead, you go by whether it finishes all of the FFTs - but that's kind of difficult to do if you're not watching it. lol Generally, if you're using the default of 3 minutes per FFT, then it should take 6-8 hours. You can actually check the logs in the windows to see if it looks like it made it through all of the FFTs and has started over from the beginning. Just look for the first several FFTs again.
You're a kid at play
A mad scientist
Go for it.
thx for the encouragement twocables
well enabling pll voltage really did made huge difference.with pll disabled i was not able to login as mentioned before with 1.320 volts but after enabling it not only i could login but also able to do primetest for 10-15 mins though after that i get bsods.anyhow after lot of testing and bsods and primetest i finally manage to run primetest with 45x and 1.355volts.i ran test for 3:25hrs with temps touching 70c occasianally and i think that seems stable enough imo.i wanted to run for 6hrs but my stock cooler of hyper212 started stuttering,and i guess i'm gonna need new one.
I did tried with low volts and higher volts and either i got bsods even after 40mins of primetest.
i'm really thankfull to you guys helping me to reach 4.5ghz which seems impossible as the post says can't eve surpass 4.1.
but i would like expert opinions that are tests enough for running 24/7 at 4.5ghz?Edited by iam1simpleguy - 8/5/16 at 12:11pm