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Originally Posted by FSF-Foxhound View Post
As from what you said, and what I think, this appears to not mean 1.36 vcore (maximum stock VID for some chips). This could mean 1.21 isn't "within operating limits" if your CPU isn't stable, no?
I am going to ask you to rephrase that. (If I can't understand your vague mumblings, no one can.just kidding!)

But "operating limits" would not be variable, for a given chip/line of chips.

The important thing here, is that Intel considers stability to be an operating limit, in of itself, if I understand correctly.

Yes, here, I think this quoted portion shows this to be true :
(I have high-lighted the pertinent bits)
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What about Maximum Voltages and Overclocking?
If you run at or below the Absolute Maximum Voltages for your CPU, you should never experience degredation or lose of life on your CPU. Overclocking will not decrease the lifetime of your CPU if and only if certain criteria are met.

1.) Electrical Specification must be satisfied (1.55v for 65nm CPU and 1.45v for 45nm CPU)

2.) Signal Quality must be clear (Overclock must be perfectly stable, GTL lanes may need to be tweaked)


3.) Mechanical specifications met (There is not a physical defect and the insides have not previously been gutted by running 1.9v through it)

4.) Thermal Specifications must be satisfied (The IHS temp must be below Tcase)


According to Intel, "Within functional operation limits, functionality and long-term reliability can be expected." This says nothing about running over stock voltages or stock clocks. Only that you need to be stable, cool, below the maximum voltage, and mechanically sound at any speed.

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Chicken Inferno:

Can degradation be precipitated both by too low vCore, as well as too high vCore?

Is there some level of instability, beyond the expected trace amount, required as an ingredient of degradation, in the combination of factors?

Or, is degradation potentially caused by any single one of these being out-of-spec?

What I am trying to get at, is, how would you portray "The synergy of degradation"?

Would it be possible to kill one channel on the IMC, by using, say, never more than +225mv CPU VTT, even with temperatures well in check?

(Apparently, I think that if I ask basically the same question, in two different threads, that I will get two distinct, discreet, and equally valuable answers, lol!)
Edited by Clockadile Dundee - 10/30/09 at 5:48am
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ChickenInferno, I really appreciate you taking the time to explain CPU temps. That was really a great read. I would just like to know, based on your experience/opinion, what is the maximum safe core temp for a G0 Q6600 under 100% load, assuming it's 100% stable?
The "Absolute Maximum" as Intel states on the data sheets for the 65nm Core 2 Quads is 1.55v. On some of the Q6600's I have owned, I've used up to 1.54v without any problems once it was 100% stable. The key is not necessarily that it will be killed by high voltage at 1.55v, but that the increased temperatures will cause instabilities around 1.55v and that for the first time you can damage your CPU at 1.5500001v. Temperatures at 1.55v are high for anyone's liking on Air cooling. On water and other cooling it's not as big of a deal.

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Originally Posted by Bima Sylirian View Post
Well... I run this CPU almost all the time. I was worried about temp because my idle temp was above 45 °C at stock speed.
I realized that my Tj Max was set to 100 °C.
Oh yeah, is the chip age affect the temp?
I mean, are older CPUs (with same type and stepping) hotter than the new ones?
Not that I am aware of. I would bet that a bad reseat of the heatsink would raise temperatures, but I've never heard of or seen a CPU that got hotter with age (If only women did that).

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Originally Posted by FSF-Foxhound View Post
As from what you said, and what I think, this appears to not mean 1.36 vcore (maximum stock VID for some chips). This could mean 1.21 isn't "within operating limits" if your CPU isn't stable, no?
Clockadile shows it really well. The only thing I have to add is simply that it's extremely hard to be within functional limits. You are correct that instability can cause CPU degredation regardless of voltage. The 1.36v was just a misnomer that wasn't smashed properly for way too long. 1.45v on the Core 2 Quads and (notice the emphasis on may be) may be 1.55v for Core i5/i7 45nm, because both sets of data sheets list the maximum voltage as 1.55v. It is a new architecture and that may allow more vcore in and of itself, but I'm still cautious. It could be a typo (which Intel has made), but if it is, they still haven't corrected it.

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Chicken Inferno:

Can degradation be precipitated both by too low vCore, as well as too high vCore?

Is there some level of instability, beyond the expected trace amount, required as an ingredient of degradation, in the combination of factors?

Or, is degradation potentially caused by any single one of these being out-of-spec?

What I am trying to get at, is, how would you portray "The synergy of degradation"?

Would it be possible to kill one channel on the IMC, by using, say, never more than +225mv CPU VTT, even with temperatures well in check?

(Apparently, I think that if I ask basically the same question, in two different threads, that I will get two distinct, discreet, and equally valuable answers, lol!)
Yes, degredation can happen whenever the CPU is outside of it's functional limits. An unstable overclock even at low voltages, temperatures, and mechanical soundness can cause degredation due to poor signal quality (IE instability). There may be a trace amount of instability at all times, but by minimizing it through our rigorious testing you minimize any possibility of CPU degredation. (This makes me the stability nut I am, because I really like this CPU and don't think I could find another 3849B018).

Anything being outside of "Functional Limits" can cause degredation. If the IMC voltage is above the maximum (I don't think it's actually listed on the data sheet as most motherboards don't allow for the tweaking of it), then it can cause instability and degredation. If the CPU is extremely stable, then more than likely you would have to have the temperatures in control, because the temperatures alone can and will cause instability, but hypothetically if thermal control was disabled and your temperatures were approaching 110C on the core, but you were stable, then yes you could have degredation. Also, if you've seriously damaged your CPU in the past, then don't expect it to heal itself; it could degrade even on the most stable overclock (or even stock) because it was damaged in the past.

Any one of these by itself can cause it, and in conjunction with another can cause it (presumably faster).
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If only I could POST with a base clock which required 1.55v. You would have to be sub-ambient, to even be able to consider an OC requiring 1.55v, wouldn't you?

I am thinking my ~1.43 (as measured in cpu-z under load[1.4625v in BIOS], had headroom as it is, at ~222 bclk.

I am not so sure that OCing Core i7 is as easy as everyone says; to get a quick 4 GHz, yes, that is easy. But as you cross that threshold, I would argue that the fine tuning, is just as nuanced as ever.
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thanks guys.
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Originally Posted by Clockadile Dundee View Post
If only I could POST with a base clock which required 1.55v. You would have to be sub-ambient, to even be able to consider an OC requiring 1.55v, wouldn't you?

I am thinking my ~1.43 (as measured in cpu-z under load[1.4625v in BIOS], had headroom as it is, at ~222 bclk.

I am not so sure that OCing Core i7 is as easy as everyone says; to get a quick 4 GHz, yes, that is easy. But as you cross that threshold, I would argue that the fine tuning, is just as nuanced as ever.
With Core i7, the extra vcore allowed is almost useless. I am currently using 1.45v (Load) 1.448v (Fluke) but I am exceeding the make VTT by running it at 1.45v (Bios) 1.402v (Fluke). I could possibly keep pushing if it wasn't for those pesky teenagers, I mean VTT.

I completely agree past 4.0ghz can be extremely annoying and frustrating (My current case). At least their are currently no GTL voltage tweaking to do, because from my experience (and months of playing with it) can be extremely evil.

I am still trying to get it to run past hour 20 of our custom 8K-4096K Prime95 and am still failing, but I pass everything else with alot less QPI/DRAM voltage.
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what does the beer emoticon have to do with extremely evil? haha
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what does the beer emoticon have to do with extremely evil? haha
Post-GTLv Stress Disorder, and the subsequent alcoholism, of course.
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Post-GTLv Stress Disorder, and the subsequent alcoholism, of course.
hmm
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what does the beer emoticon have to do with extremely evil? haha
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Post-GTLv Stress Disorder, and the subsequent alcoholism, of course.
This!!
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Turn on load line calibration?

Voltage will kill your CPU before temperatures. Keep them in check and let Intel's thermal protection mechanisms keep your chip at safe temperatures. You'd be surprised how effective they are. I have run an E6600 with zero heatsink contact for several minutes and it ran fine. I would have kept it running longer, but there was no point, I just wanted to reseat the cooler so I shut it down.
LLC does eliminate vdroop, but it still doesn't solve the problem of my voltages dropping after Sleep/Hibernate.
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