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What is the maximum voltage for safe operation 24 / 7 on NB?
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post #4062 of 5036
On NB or CPU/NB ?

NB - I wouldn't push it much past 1.4 without serious cooling, stock is anywhere from 1.1-1.3 depending on the board.

CPU/NB - It's best kept under 1.4 but is fine as high as 1.5.
    
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I have a problem. In tests, the processor is stable. But when I play Battlefield BC 2, so it freezes after some time. (LinX, Prime 95, OCCT, HyperPI)
1.392 to 1.408 V CPU 4050MHz
3000MHz CPU-NB 1.3 V
NB 1.2
FSB 300
Why ???
NB voltage is too small? or CPU-NB?
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I have a problem. In tests, the processor is stable. But when I play Battlefield BC 2, so it freezes after some time. (LinX, Prime 95, OCCT, HyperPI)
1.392 to 1.408 V CPU 4050MHz
3000MHz CPU-NB 1.3 V
NB 1.2
FSB 300
Why ???
NB voltage is too small? or CPU-NB?
No NB is fine. Try adding .05v to your CPU/NB voltage. If that doesn't alleviate the freezing, you can add a little more. If it's still unstable w/ .05~.10v extra, then you need to check RAM settings.
    
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1,325V is really SAFE for 24/7? I don't want lose my CPU, because I have no cash for new processor. I have a good temperature. The load of about 33-38 ° C in Core Temp. 38 +10 = 48 ° C...the real maximum temperature.
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1,325V is really SAFE for 24/7? I don't want lose my CPU, because I have no cash for new processor. I have a good temperature. The load of about 33-38 ° C in Core Temp. 38 +10 = 48 ° C...the real maximum temperature.
Yes. I run mine 1.4v+ 24/7.

On a side note, be sure to monitor your CPU temp (socket temp) not your core temperatures. It is much more important. Keep it under 62c and preferably under 55c.
    
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post #4067 of 5036
I thought 1,325V for CPU-NB voltage... why socket temp? socket temp isn't exactly...
Temperatures in Everest:
CPU:43-48°C
Cores: 33-38°C
How much exactly is the real temperature?
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post #4068 of 5036
Raise CPU-NB voltage; same proc, same board, I need 1.375V CPU-NB to be stable no matter what
But you're safe up to some 1.5V or whatever limit the CPU voltage has. Just that you're unlikely to ever use more than 1.425V.
You might need a CPU voltage bump as well, that seems somewhat dastardly low. Have you done proper stability tests?
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Originally Posted by DrzkaCZ View Post
I thought 1,325V for CPU-NB voltage... why socket temp? socket temp isn't exactly...
Temperatures in Everest:
CPU:43-48°C
Cores: 33-38°C
How much exactly is the real temperature?
CPU, do not go by core temperatures.
    
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post #4070 of 5036
yeah

with good cooling on air

1.55 for Cores

1.5 for CPU-NB

but like this guys said, you would not need that much ...
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