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1.7V is dangerous with watter! No, its all about temps...For higher and higher OC u must get lower and lower LOAD temps...Example, for 4.4 GHz max up to 45-50C, for 4500 under 35C, for 4600 under 15C
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Originally Posted by Lukather View Post
I've seen it suggested in here that it's safe to raise the CPU vcore up to 1.6v if the 1090 is in a water cooled rig, however my understanding is that 1.55v is the voltage ceiling beyond which the silicon will in fact begin to breakdown, causing instability over time and eventual chip death. The temperature at which the chip is kept with water or Air cannot change this as it is an engineering principle. (These are not my Words I'm quoting another)
"Voltage = heat. You can remove the heat faster with better cooling, but you are still generating heat in the chip by over-volting it. Also, there is the minor problem with electro-migration, where gate material migrates from the +VDC side of the gate towards the GND side of the gate. This process will eventually kill that gate, and your CPU."

IOSEFINI any comment? you've taken this chip pretty far as a 24/7

The amount of times I read this crap is annoying

By the time the above BS happens the chip will be too old and outdated to be of any use to anyone.
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Really? Would that damage my chip in the long run? Also, why is my FSB like 200.7, shouldn't it stay at 200?
My AMD rig, does the same. Not sure if its the CPU or the Mobo.
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Ok, so it's stable at 4.3GHz @ 1.528Vcore. The only problem is that under Intel Burn In test the temps reach 60c, is that too hot? Also is 1.528 too high for 24x7?
No real world use will get as hot as IntelBurnTest. even in gaming you should be a fair bit less.
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The amount of times I read this crap is annoying

By the time the above BS happens the chip will be too old and outdated to be of any use to anyone.
I guess it depends on what you're trying to achieve long term. Different users, different needs. I've seen way too many people on here with dead CPU's because they volted past common sense(Or couldn't keep their rig cool) So it's an opinion based on experience and concern for the welfare of others.
While an opinion may annoy you, requiring the venting of some spleen in this case? If it's neither directed at you, or soliciting for your input, how about a touch of class...
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