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I heard I can get it to 3.4 without changing the voltage at all. So that Might aswell be a great overclock. And I want to keep my CPU temps below 60 at load. Will CPU temps rise if I leave the voltage unchanged while I overclock? And what's a FSB Wall As I've been reading I couldn't understand.
Edited by gera229 - 8/12/09 at 1:32pm
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post #42 of 44
Sorry wrong thread!
Edited by Horcsch - 9/8/15 at 3:16pm
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Originally Posted by TheShaman View Post

for 45nms it is advisable to disable LLC. I read that also from anandtech.

Hi im from the future.
We got 14 nm cpus here. LLC is no issue whatsoever.

Btw, you wont believe what kind of voltages we push into these "delicate" things biggrin.gif
post #44 of 44
hmm...14nm cpu you said..? I would say that your Vcore is (..will be) about 20 mV?? graduated.gif
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