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But the article I posted was about the E8200 and E8400. Aren't those 45nm ?
Yet the author said he bumped vcore all the way to 1.5V and he said it was safe for a 24/7 overclock.
I believe you guys and I'm grateful for the info/replies but does that mean the author of the XBitLabs article was wrong ?
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Stay at or under 1.4 would be my recommendation if you do not want the chip to degrade.
    
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But the article I posted was about the E8200 and E8400. Aren't those 45nm ?
Yet the author said he bumped vcore all the way to 1.5V and he said it was safe for a 24/7 overclock.
I believe you guys and I'm grateful for the info/replies but does that mean the author of the XBitLabs article was wrong ?
they didnt run it that long

the 45nm chips when over the 1.36 loose the overclock stability

like today your stable 3.6ghz, tomorrow might only be stable at 3ghz

the 45nm chips are easy to kill
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they didnt run it that long

the 45nm chips when over the 1.36 loose the overclock stability

like today your stable 3.6ghz, tomorrow might only be stable at 3ghz

the 45nm chips are easy to kill
Yea he's right. This is known as electromigration, and it basically would make your chip require more and more VCore to maintain a stable OC.
It's ok to go over spec for just benching at one time period, but running it 24/7 would eventually cause degradation between the transistors on the CPU.
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