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I'm surprised you needed more than 1.4 voltage to get your 2600k up to 4.6Ghz. Is that on par with the voltage that others are needing?
I'm currently running 1.3V @ 4.6GHz.
    
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Damn, yeah, temps aren't bad at all.
superpi doesnt really raise temps..
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superpi doesnt really raise temps..
yah, well that and it's under water too.
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I'm currently running 1.3V @ 4.6GHz.
lucky. I have to do 1.415 to hit 4.6 stable. 4.7 crashes even at 1.425
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if you can keep your system under 65C @ 1.4Vcore it should be fine.

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those temps are fine, i just built a system for a friend n OC him to 4.7 using 1.41v, temps don't go higher than 70C. As long as you're under 75-80 you shouldn't hesitate to go higher : )
you do realise the max temp on the second generation Core processors is 73.8C.
which means you are Degrading your mates CPU.
    
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if you can keep your system under 65C @ 1.4Vcore it should be fine.



you do realise the max temp on the second generation Core processors is 73.8C.
which means you are Degrading your mates CPU.
Isn't that the max tcase temp? Which is different then cpu temp?

Have a look here
http://ark.intel.com/Product.aspx?id=37147

States that max tcase for a 920 is 67.9 and most people say to keep these below 80c.
Edited by lightsout - 1/15/11 at 4:55pm
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Isn't that the max tcase temp? Which is different then cpu temp?

Have a look here
http://ark.intel.com/Product.aspx?id=37147

States that max tcase for a 920 is 67.9 and most people say to keep these below 80c.
yep, that's right.

And Thermal Throttling on these SB's are @ 90-95ºC.

As long as you keep it under 80ºC, you're fine.
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Ok, so i'm seeing a lot of peoples' systems with 4.7-4.9GHz and sub-1.4 voltages, with some as low as ~1.3v. Is it just that your chip is better binned or is their some setting I'm missing? To get my 2600K to 4.6GHz, all i changed was the core voltage --> 1.414v. Anything else I can change to get a couple more MHz?
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Ok, so i'm seeing a lot of peoples' systems with 4.7-4.9GHz and sub-1.4 voltages, with some as low as ~1.3v. Is it just that your chip is better binned or is their some setting I'm missing? To get my 2600K to 4.6GHz, all i changed was the core voltage --> 1.414v. Anything else I can change to get a couple more MHz?
It's just a matter of luck..

Some chips require 1.3v, some +1.4v..
    
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It's just a matter of luck..

Some chips require 1.3v, some +1.4v..
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