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ATTENTION: I want to trade my board to someone with an sli capable board + some cash. Anyone interested please pm me.
    
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ud4!
    
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ud4!
That's what I want, but don't want to have to sell mine, buy it yada yada yada. Just want to trade someone.
    
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Hello Everyone I'm new here nice to meet you! Hoping you all can help me with my current headache lol.
I had it stable at 1.2v vcore at 4 GHZ probably could go lower but manual wouldn't work.
Hmm...
Well I have it at 4700 MHz stable now BUT only after using offset which puts the vcore at 1.4 ( manual always gives BSOD and I can’t figure out why) and during the stress test it went up to 75C on core 3 73C on core 4 68C on core 1 and 69C on core 2 I stopped it after 50 mins.
I think I know why offset works now It's because it compensates for the vdroop I just got it to boot at 4800 with 1.32v when I started prime95 it vdrooped to 1.23v and BSOD with and error code ending with 124 seconds later.
Ok I just tried OC-ing it to 4.8 again and get a BSOD with error number 0x00000101
A clock interrupt was not received on a secondary processor withing the allocated time interval

I know I could go higher a little more cool too if I could get it to work using manual vcore >v< any ideas?
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Have edited since then.... I'm now running 1.7v flat, and my chip is loving it.
Hey Jonesey I7,

i saw you haven't edited your first post yet but are you still using 1.7v flat? or 1.71v?
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