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I've read reviews and post about this chip with the voltage ranging anywhere from 1.3-1.65 Seems like to me for 24/7 use 1.5 should probably be right around the max. Thoughts?
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I would never run anything 24/7 at above 1.475 on a Thuban chip. Especially if you plan on using you sig rig board.
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Yea for thuban i would say about the same 1.47 maybe you can cheat with 1.5v flat
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I would never run anything 24/7 at above 1.475 on a Thuban chip. Especially if you plan on using you sig rig board.
i had my thuban the day it was release...it was always over 1.5volts and the cpu-nb was always over 1.40 volts and its still fine to this day. i see no signs of degrading. my load temps were always 45c and under and idles at 21c to 23c. =) if your temps are in check..i think its safe to go 1.5votls to 1.55volts.
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Ya i'm mainly curious because of my board... to run 4.2 i need 1.5v But i can run 4.0 @ 1.42 Temps are maybe 1C difference between the 2 on both the board and CPU
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i had my thuban the day it was release...it was always over 1.5volts and the cpu-nb was always over 1.40 volts and its still fine to this day. i see no signs of degrading. my load temps were always 45c and under and idles at 21c to 23c. =) if your temps are in check..i think its safe to go 1.5votls to 1.55volts.
Yes if your temps are in check, and more impotantly your motherboard is better then 4+1 phase. My response was directed mainly to the OP and his air cooling and MSI 890GXM-G65 chipset, but yeah if you got the cooling and a much better motherboard go for it.
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I have been at 1.49v on cpu and 1.37 cpu-nb since I got the thing. That's been what 10 months now?
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Defintely don't even think about overclocking the 1090T on the 890GXM-G65. It would be very unsafe.
I have seen no less than 6-7 instances of blow-ups/failures running overclocked x6s on that board. Three instances belonged to just one person - they happened one after the other after the other, in a row.
Not even at high volts either, sometimes happened at 1.4-1.45V
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I would never run anything 24/7 at above 1.475 on a Thuban chip. Especially if you plan on using you sig rig board.
People run 1.6v 24/7 with water... Just make sure temps are in check.
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