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I have p67 motherboard and i maanged to increase multiplier to 4.1ghz (max i can go for i7 3770). So an increase of 200mhz. I did all of this so my gtx 1080 don't bottleneck


My question is: Is it safe to have it all the time at 4.1 ghz without voltage increase etc.? I did some stress test and no crashes
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Yes, if you didn't raise the voltage it is completely safe at whatever speed is stable.
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That's a light overclock. You should be fine.

Best way to test it is just use your pc like you normally would after passing stress tests.
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post #4 of 9
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Ok
Quote:
Originally Posted by Legonut View Post

Yes, if you didn't raise the voltage it is completely safe at whatever speed is stable.

Ok thank you. I did an benchmark test and this extra 200mhz got me almost to the level of i7 7700 (its average benchmark score) pretty insane.
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By the way is it normal that cpu jumps now all the time from 1600mhz to 4.1 ghz in cpu z?

Like when you go to cpu z then at the core clocks tab it keeps jumping from 1600mhz to 4.1 mhz all the time is it normal?
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By the way is it normal that cpu jumps now all the time from 1600mhz to 4.1 ghz in cpu z?

Like when you go to cpu z then at the core clocks tab it keeps jumping from 1600mhz to 4.1 mhz all the time is it normal?

yes. Unless it is doing that when you are stressing it
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yes. Unless it is doing that when you are stressing it

nope doesn't do that during stress test, thanks. By the way because of my overclock will the energy consumption increase alot or not because it is stock voltage?
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nope doesn't do that during stress test, thanks. By the way because of my overclock will the energy consumption increase alot or not because it is stock voltage?

Not unless you touch the voltage.
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Originally Posted by aDyerSituation View Post

Not unless you touch the voltage.

The energy consumption will increase because even if it isn't using more volts, the current will increase at higher loads at 4.1ghz/
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