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How far have most of you gotten on what volts, i have a Q801 and im thinking of giving my cpu to a friend to buy a Q745 on ebay, I see that most of the 745 guys have hit the 4ghz without going over the vmax, im at 3.8 at 3.34, i might be able to get higher but not much..

Im would like to get to 4ghz with it and be 24/7 stable...

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Mines a Q745A567

I'm at 4.0Ghz with only 1.216v on Load. 1.23 idle, and 1.25v set in bios

http://i151.photobucket.com/albums/s...m1/4ghz121.jpg

Chip to chip, results may vary
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i understand that but batch #'s seem make a big difference on these chips...
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Yeah, it wouldn't hurt to try. From what i have seen, most of the Q745's seems to be very low voltage chips.. but at the same time, they seem to be rare because i haven't seen many of them.

I love mine, i have only seen one person with lower voltage for 4ghz, and that was an E3110 i think.
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i dont care about the voltage as much as long as its below 1.3625
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I would go for it, especially if your chip now needs that much voltage.
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I just got my chip yesterday. Has anyone heard good or bad about batch#Q811A081 at all?
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Anybody with the BX805 batch numbers im curious about those, because theres a boat load of them on ebay...
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