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It's only a theory until proven.
this is the pedantic in me but

its a hypothesis untill proven, then it can turn into a theory

alas ive been running chip at 5ghz @ 1.488v on H20 so a while now, still no problems even after multiple 12hr prime runs
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My own personal guideline is to keep mine below 1.4v and 80C. Of course 4.5GHz at 1.28v is perfect for my 24/7...
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so i was running this 2600k since more than 5 weeks at 5 ghz-24/7,



first blend result was:

http://s004.radikal.ru/i206/1101/8d/d852f11f1a8b.jpg

followed by some crazy voltage max out prime blend runs above 1.6 volts,
which probably caused the degrade...

http://s44.radikal.ru/i104/1101/12/03383ff0a19c.jpg

-i pumped up to 1.69 volts into the chip...

the next 5 ghz blend session looked like that:

http://s44.radikal.ru/i105/1101/ee/b5912968535e.jpg

and finally today:

http://i038.radikal.ru/1102/df/0f6ab0465a84.jpg

the good news is,hard to destroy these chips...even degraded it does the trick

so,from my point of view i would recommend the following:

stay below 1.5-1.52 volts;

see if it does the 5 ghz...

and stay away from finding out whats the maximum for the chip by applying voltage above

~1.5 v.
Sorry, I'm a noob, but what am i looking for in your pictures that would indicate chip degradation?

I did venture into 1.6v for about 60 minutes when my Asus p8p67 deluxe auto-tuned 5.1ghz but it was doing so by dumping about 1.65v into my 2500k. Not sure if that did any damage to my chip.

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