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Hmm, I have not tested 4.9 ghz but in my experience from 4.8 Ghz stable (1.356v) to get to 5 Ghz I needed 1.428v so a total of 6 vcore bumps were needed... to give you a rough idea. Just passing the 3rd hour of prime blend at 5 Ghz as we speak.

So if you are stable at 4.9Ghz at 1.392v I would bump it to 1.428v first and if that fails bump it one more to 1.44v.

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I got a stable OC at 1.415v @ 50x multiplier. I think I'll just stick with that btw I installed SP 1.
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My 2500k is running stable with multiplier at 49 and vcore of 1.39v. I tried 50 at 1.39v and got the BSOD while running IBT.
YES YES!!!

ur at overclock.net of course you need to push it...

if u want a dont push answer head to toms's hardwares forum xD
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read the post above yours!
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My 2500k is running stable with multiplier at 49 and vcore of 1.39v. I tried 50 at 1.39v and got the BSOD while running IBT.
Imo keeping under 1.4v at a 49 multiplier is much nicer than going over 1.4v and getting a 50 multiplier

But if you upgrade your computer every couple of years, then do what you like
    
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Imo keeping under 1.4v at a 49 multiplier is much nicer than going over 1.4v and getting a 50 multiplier

But if you upgrade your computer every couple of years, then do what you like
Well, I got 50 at 1.415. How much worse is that than 49 at 1.39? It's not a 24/7 PC. This isn't going to kill it within 2 years will it? I've got great cooling and temps don't go above 65 at full load.
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