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What is the max voltage for the 1055T?

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Right now im running 1.5v at 4.2ghz, but I want to go to 4.4 or even 4.6 ghz, what is the maximum voltage I should worry about?
    
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1.55v on air
1.6v on water

Keep temps under 62 load
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For a long term 24/7 OC, I suggest you don't go above 1.45 . I have seen alot degradation cases recently in which a 1090 ( phenom II X6 generally) that was running a 4ghz OC ( 1.475v) suddenly became unstable after a few months and needed more voltage to become stable. That's an obvious case of CPU degradation .
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For a long term 24/7 OC, I suggest you don't go above 1.45 . I have seen alot degradation cases recently in which a 1090 ( phenom II X6 generally) that was running a 4ghz OC ( 1.475v) suddenly became unstable after a few months and needed more voltage to become stable. That's an obvious case of CPU degradation .
Really?

Where did you see this? Doesnt the official AMD spec state 1.55 as the max?

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The most recent one was this...
http://www.overclock.net/amd-cpus/92...k-problem.html

An overclock became unstable suddenly after 3 months of working perfectly ! Though it's not 100% proved and we see other speculations by other users, but from the signs, and the explanation it's obvious that the CPU has degraded a bit ! The guy was under water too, So it just proves that high voltage is a tad killer for X6 .
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I believe it's over 1.475V where it begins; I've been running my 1055T on 1.472V for nearly a year with no issues.
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Hugh thank god I keep active restore points, I managed to save my copy of windows.

Alright right now my cooler is running 4.3 Ghz at 1.525v, will this processor last me at least two years roughly?
    
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post #9 of 13
you will definitely see some degradation after a few months. It's very unlikely that you would be able to run that OC for very long, and along the way you might have to downclock your CPU to keep the degradation under control . But you can be sure your CPU won't die till next 2 year, just your OC becomes unstable ! ( 1.525v is a tad too high)
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If you just game on it I would guess that it is going to be okay. If you do a lot of heavy load stuff (folding 24/7, rendering, etc) then I would probably consider a slightly more conservative OC for longevity.
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