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If i could down vote you i would.
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As an Intel user the voltages required for the chips and the resulting temperatures in this thread gave me a mild seizure rolleyes.gif
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As an Intel user the voltages required for the chips and the resulting temperatures in this thread gave me a mild seizure rolleyes.gif

IKR!




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What's voltage? I see only VID on that image.
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Alright folks.
On the 1700 i'm at 1.29 under load.
70 ish degrees.

Not bad i guess

BTW i've got a question.
If i accidentally thermal shutdown my processor at 95+, is it ruined in one way or another?
Is it compromised?
Edited by gargiulo5000 - 4/10/17 at 3:35am
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Alright folks.
On the 1700 i'm at 1.29 under load.
70 ish degrees.

Not bad i guess

BTW i've got a question.
If i accidentally thermal shutdown my processor at 95+, is it ruined in one way or another?
Is it compromised?

no, the automatic shutdown is there to prevent damage to the cpu. you may lose data inside your os if there was a filehandle open at the time of the poweroff, but apart from that, there will be 0 damage.
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well my encounter with the msi gaming pro crapon has been totally waste of time, two days working on drivers but no luck, appears this mobo just corrupts data when I try to install to anything other than the ssd, for this reason I'm returning it.mad.gif

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I think the vcore is actually 1.14x2 = 2.3v~

I think your both wrong.

Gigabyte gaming 5 reported voltage is 1.4875 on my chip at 3.9g. The chip in reality needs 1.40-1.41 @ socket for 3.9 stable.

Now that we have determined gigabyte most likely has about .075 droop....

This was most likely 1.51 vcore @ socket...

If i can run timespy cpu test i do not see why cpu-z would be that hard of course the voltage is certainly wrong...but its possible to hit that speed...

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well my encounter with the msi gaming pro crapon has been totally waste of time, two days working on drivers but no luck, appears this mobo just corrupts data when I try to install to anything other than the ssd, for this reason I'm returning it.mad.gif

Quite weird. I spent a lot of time in the past dealing with a similar issue where data was becoming corrupt as it installed. (this lead to me having corrupt graphics drivers and believing my GPU was fried.)
Turned out it was my RAM. Replaced it and problems disappeared immediately.
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