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Anyone here with 2500k@4.5Ghz under 1.3Vcore ? No matter what settings I use, I cant go below 1.3Vcore. frown.gif
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Anyone here with 2500k@4.5Ghz under 1.3Vcore ? No matter what settings I use, I cant go below 1.3Vcore.
I will try setting it at 1.26 manually in a minute and post back results.
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And here we go, 1.26v did not work out for me, windows would boot, but once I started stress testing I'd get BSOD with 0x0123, which usually means you need more juice.

1.27v works nicely so far, will run prime for an hour to see if it holds



If it does, I will see if I can raise the multiplier with 1.27v intact.
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And here we go, 1.26v did not work out for me, windows would boot, but once I started stress testing I'd get BSOD with 0x0123, which usually means you need more juice.

1.27v works nicely so far, will run prime for an hour to see if it holds



If it does, I will see if I can raise the multiplier with 1.27v intact.
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Hm, weird - didn't notice that! Can't check now either, since system just crashed after ca. 25 minutes of prime, so its 1.28v for me at 4500 I guess. :S

Thinking about trying the 5GHz barrier with something around 1.35-1.38v. Its a bit annoying that both cpu-u and ai suite II show different voltage than what I put into BIOS. I trust BIOS, right?
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Trust temps.
The only reason I disagree with this is......

My first two chips ran cooler with higher voltage, and this one runs just as hot as those did with MUCH lower voltage. Which is fine for me, my water keeps the temps in check, and the lesser voltage should keep it truckin for long to come.

@Yuto...... I have found that the utility issued with your motherboard to find voltages the closest to actual.
    
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One thing I wanted to make note is. If we're trusting the temperatures given by CoreTemp, RealTemp, AIDA64, HWMonitor that means the TjMax is 98C.

If it isn't 98C, then that means our temperature readings are INACCURATE, since the only way to calculate the actual temperature is with a valid TjMax. The Current Temperature is measured as the deficit to the TjMax, so if you have a wrong or false TjMax then the current temperature readings will be off.

So do we all agree 98C is the Max Temperature?
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One thing I wanted to make note is. If we're trusting the temperatures given by CoreTemp, RealTemp, AIDA64, HWMonitor that means the TjMax is 98C.

If it isn't 98C, then that means our temperature readings are INACCURATE, since the only way to calculate the actual temperature is with a valid TjMax. The Current Temperature is measured as the deficit to the TjMax, so if you have a wrong or false TjMax then the current temperature readings will be off.

So do we all agree 98C is the Max Temperature?
With the limited knowledge I have so far, yes, I have to agree that I feel 98c is max temps for these, as it's about at that temperature that tcase would be 72c... the only definite we have at this point.
    
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With the limited knowledge I have so far, yes, I have to agree that I feel 98c is max temps for these, as it's about at that temperature that tcase would be 72c... the only definite we have at this point.
Awesome, That's what I was leaning toward as well.
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