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Voltage Problem

post #1 of 4
Thread Starter 
Firstly
My MOBO: G-45 Gaming
My CPU: 4670K

I set voltage 1.15 for 4,0 Ghz(i am trying to find the lowest voltage for this speed)
Then i run prime 95. i checked my voltage on cpu-z and aida64 and i was shocked.they showed my voltage 1,23.
i run intel burn test and my voltage 1,22
i run aida 64 and my voltage 1.15(as i set) and it didn't crash.
Why did prime95 and intel burn test increase my voltage ?
Are Prime95 and intel burn test harmful for my cpu ?
Should i use them for stability test for haswell ?
My english is bad.Sorry for grammer.
post #2 of 4
You are using adaptive voltage, which can increase voltage in some situations. Switch to manual and try again.
post #3 of 4
Thread Starter 
I am using manual voltage.
post #4 of 4
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Originally Posted by salimcani View Post

Firstly
My MOBO: G-45 Gaming
My CPU: 4670K

I set voltage 1.15 for 4,0 Ghz(i am trying to find the lowest voltage for this speed)
Then i run prime 95. i checked my voltage on cpu-z and aida64 and i was shocked.they showed my voltage 1,23.
i run intel burn test and my voltage 1,22
i run aida 64 and my voltage 1.15(as i set) and it didn't crash.
Why did prime95 and intel burn test increase my voltage ?
Are Prime95 and intel burn test harmful for my cpu ?
Should i use them for stability test for haswell ?
My english is bad.Sorry for grammer.
What is your stock voltage?? I was able to easily get 4ghz on the 4690k using stock voltage which was below 1v, so whatever your stock voltage is I would try to go from there.
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