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ok i got a E4300 stock 1.8GHZ running at 3.20GHZ x2 =6.40GHZ { thats unbelievable}...is it ok to have the cpu voltage at 1.45v ..

just that its not stable if i lower it ..

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1.45V is alright, thats what i use to get my 440X8=3.52 24/7 oc.

and no, it is 3.20ghz not 6.4, the X2 multi is for the RAM, so you are at either 355X9 or 400X8 on the cpu for 3200MHz, and your ram is at 355X2 or 400X2 for 710 or 800mhz
    
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1.45V is alright, thats what i use to get my 440X8=3.52 24/7 oc.

and no, it is 3.20ghz not 6.4, the X2 multi is for the RAM, so you are at either 355X9 or 400X8 on the cpu for 3200MHz, and your ram is at 355X2 or 400X2 for 710 or 800mhz
thanks... well is hall faster than what used to be ..and games run 90% faster ..happpy
    
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Nice, well done.

...and those temperatures are excellent for the amount of Vcore, which by the way is (imho) a tad high. You are keeping it cool, but never-the-less you may be shortening the core's lifespan.

1.225V-1.325V = stock voltages.

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1.45v is good as long as you keep it cool man. that's about the highest I would take it on air though.
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3.2ghz with 1.45v is not bad, but try to go lower.... I'm currently running 3.2ghz only using 1.32v and couldn't be happier.
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3.2ghz with 1.45v is not bad, but try to go lower.... I'm currently running 3.2ghz only using 1.32v and couldn't be happier.
yes but is that cpu a dual core.
    
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