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I agree with everyone else that your temps are far more important. The downside is that you need to keep an eye on it when you're running high volts, if your H70 dies on you one day your chip could heat up quick. Some temp monitors can initiate a shutdown if temps reach a certain point, that might be something to look in to implementing on your system.
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people are currntly running 1.5-1.6v 24/7 you shodul be fine with 1.4v. And one website said 1.35v becuase they want hits so they rouse up bs.
Yah it's a damn shame that people that are that gullible and would just assume that rumor without even researching or anything.

Currently I'm at 4.8GHz with 1.44v and it's running 24/7 fine.

Just ordered an H70 too
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I somewhat I agree, but I don't fully understand what gain you think you are achieving with this overclock? If you got more than 5 FPS in any game between 4 and 5Ghz @ 1080p or higher I would be amazed.
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people are currntly running 1.5-1.6v 24/7 you shodul be fine with 1.4v. And one website said 1.35v becuase they want hits so they rouse up bs.


Agree! Trust intel's spec sheet if it blows up blame intel
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I somewhat I agree, but I don't fully understand what gain you think you are achieving with this overclock? If you got more than 5 FPS in any game between 4 and 5Ghz @ 1080p or higher I would be amazed.
I don't overclock the processor for gaming performance. That's what the vid card is for. And even at stock clocks, the 2600k is highly unlikely to bottle neck a single GTX 580. The overclock is for (1) more general speed throughout OS and (2) -- this is OVERclock.net. lol. We overclock for the hell of it man!
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Just ordered an H70 too
I love mine so far. Came from an H50 and the modest improvement is worth it. Yeah, it's thicker. Cramming the fat radiator and two Ultra Kaze 3000's into the drive bay of a CoolerMaster Storm Scout was a chore, but the end result is pure nerdy bliss.
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Running @ 4.6GHz with 1.415 I get an average constant temp of 61 degrees spread across all four cores -- when stress testing with Prime or Intel's Burn Test.
Mine is watercooled admittedly, altho it's stinking hot in here right now (Auckland, New Zealand) so my room temperature alone is already on the high note, but I'm running mine @4.8ghz at this moment with 1.395 with Vdroop of more or less 0.025~0.03 so when stress testing it's 1.368.

Temps at Intel Burn Test on High Setting an all 8 cores stressed (HT enabled) peak around 63~64.

Oddly it's only on core 3. Core 1 and core 4 are never going above 59 and core 2 will raise to maybe 61~62. Is that normal? When system is idle core 3 is always ahead of others by 1~2 degrees, should I adjust the waterblock maybe?
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I don't overclock the processor for gaming performance. That's what the vid card is for. And even at stock clocks, the 2600k is highly unlikely to bottle neck a single GTX 580. The overclock is for (1) more general speed throughout OS and (2) -- this is OVERclock.net. lol. We overclock for the hell of it man!
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its not so much trusting intel spec, its the fact that i have been running 1.55-1.5v through my cpu for the last two months 24/7 and its not dead. i know a guy who runs 1.6v through it daily, now see we don't really pay for our hardware so we do this kind of testing, but you guys shouldn't go over 1.5v, if you do it probably wont last long at all. 1.5v is a good cap for 24/7 if you can cool it.
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