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your Sandy bridge overclock and voltage for 24/7

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I just read about sandy bridge and not to use more than 1.38v. i lower my clock to 4.6ghz and my voltage to 1.300v My max temp load with WC is 47C load.

Is anyone playing save like i'm doing or is everything just trying to reach 5ghz and above. My cpu is capable to reach 5ghz with 1.450v and temp reaching 62c load but i do not feel safe running at such high Voltage.

Any feedback on this.
Edited by eduardmc - 1/12/11 at 5:53am
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post #2 of 5
Well, I'm running at 4.8Ghz with 1.35v HT, I get about 70ºC max on Folding@Home (On air, and my room is pretty hot too because I'm also folding on GTX460 and PS3).

But I think I will back it down to 4.6Ghz with 1.28v
    
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I think being cautious is the smart approach right now. Nobody really knows how these chips will hold out quite yet and most people are testing the waters. Unless you have an insane need to benchmark, these chips are blazing fast with very safe voltages. I'm going to keep my OC and volts quite low until we get a big pool of willing candidates to push these CPU's to the limit.
    
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i am planning to use it at 1.425 volt but not sure yet
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4.7 @ 1.38 I was hoping for 5.0 under water stable but it seems like I have to boost the voltage too much for my liking
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