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Go for it then bro... Its your chip....

But if you dont want advice, dont ask..

I think you should crank it up a notch, say 1.7 or so and run it at 5.0 or better, just make sure the temps stay under 85c.
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Go for it then bro... Its your chip....

But if you dont want advice, dont ask..

I think you should crank it up a notch, say 1.7 or so and run it at 5.0 or better, just make sure the temps stay under 85c.
haha i think thats a little under doing it don't you???
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i think this is like the time a ran mah run 2.3 volts on my old s3 it killed the nb and a ram dimm it still work will kinda i could only go to about 350fbs after that
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So says the gentleman with 1.52vcore
I'm not commenting on the rest of your post, but keep in mind that his 1.52V Core is being applied on a 65nm Conroe CPU, which according to Intel, the max spec voltage is 1.55V.

The Intel spec sheet for Wolfdales puts that same specification at either 1.4V or 1.45V Core for those CPU's (can't remember which ATM, cannot locate the link for the spec sheet.)

I'm still not exactly sure what voltage the OP is running his CPU at (because I believe he may be speaking of his FSB voltage?). But nevertheless, if you're going to run your Wolfdale at 1.5-1.55V +, you're doing some major gambling on the projected lifespan of your CPU. A lot of people I just don't think realize the dangers of overvolting and electron migration, and take temperatures the main sign of being safe.
    
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too much sarcasim.. and too many ridiculous statements, no wonder we have people leave the forum.

If something is your opinion then simply state it as such.. but so not try to pass off your thoughts as law. Since there is no tangible number to put on a safe vcore..only temps and testing will determine what yours is..for what ever cpu you are running. <- This is not a new procedure. So far, this thread is full of people running well beyond manufacturer indented vcores.. actually telling someone they are in danger of burning down their house ..[just lame]

What a bunch of sissy-la-la's. Go spread your vcore panic elsewheres.
post #26 of 50
to the OP do you really need 1.6v to clock it that high? it seems many have been able to clock just abotu as high without using anywere near as much voltage.


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ROFLTODEATH!!



So says the gentleman with 1.52vcore! I

I'm sure you know though that 1.52v on a 65nm is different then 1.6v on a 45nm as far as electromigration would be concerned.

I'll take a peak though over at xs though as if it can shed some light that would be cool.
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Come on, there is no need for name calling.

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Since there is no tangible number to put on a safe vcore..only temps and testing will determine what yours is..
That statement clearly implies any V-Core is "safe" as long as your temps are within range and your rig is stable. That is simply not true. Sure, it's arguable to how far beyond spec a CPU can be supplied voltage and maintain an usable lifespan. But you should know as well as anyone that electron migration is real and damages CPU's - a damage which increases exponentially when the voltage is raised enough. And sure, you're always going to be rolling the dice (all CPU's will die, it's just a matter of when), but crank that voltage up too high and the wrong number is likely to come up much, much sooner.

Your quoted statement above also implies that one won't know what voltage is safe until the CPU actually stops working. Technically, this is correct. But logically; for those of us who actually want to use our chips for any period of time beyond the testing phase, we have to at least partially rely on numbers already given to us. Yes, every CPU is different. Knowing this, the only way to know 100% is to kill the CPU. But even you should see the logical fallacy in that....
    
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Quote:
Originally Posted by CL3P20 View Post
too much sarcasim.. and too many ridiculous statements, no wonder we have people leave the forum.

What a bunch of sissy-la-la's. Go spread your vcore panic elsewheres.
The OP was a question of "is this voltage safe" many replied "no its not" the OP replied "yes it is"

My question is just as simple as this. Why ask if you already know?

No one cares what you run your voltages at. Just if you ask, expect an answer, it would be completely ridiculas to recommend someone run there chips past recommended spec. Can it be done? Of corse, but why would you recommend it unles you are sure its not going to affect that particular chip?
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Originally Posted by CL3P20 View Post
too much sarcasim.. and too many ridiculous statements, no wonder we have people leave the forum.

If something is your opinion then simply state it as such.. but so not try to pass off your thoughts as law. Since there is no tangible number to put on a safe vcore..only temps and testing will determine what yours is..for what ever cpu you are running. <- This is not a new procedure. So far, this thread is full of people running well beyond manufacturer indented vcores.. actually telling someone they are in danger of burning down their house ..[just lame]

What a bunch of sissy-la-la's. Go spread your vcore panic elsewheres.
I don't care how much rep you have, but if your not gonna help GTHO
Also If you don't know the difference between safe 65nm chip volts and 45nm chip volts then Your very confused and may need to do some reading on this stuff.

Listen this guy can do what he wants thats great I just hope he knows the difference between the cpu and the chipset :
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