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post #11 of 19
Mine does 4.8ghz with 1.4v.

Have never gone higher than that, so I don't know.

I'm waiting for my B3 revised board...
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wow i swear thos chips cant take thos volts. even with i7-920+ chips 1.45 is safe after that u r on danger ground.
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post #13 of 19
mine has been folding at 1.45-1.5v since release
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wow i swear thos chips cant take thos volts. even with i7-920+ chips 1.45 is safe after that u r on danger ground.
Why do you swear they can't? Because a lesser architecture couldn't?
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"a lesser architecture" that made me lol.... 32nm vs 45nm...... I mean you guys are running these chips like we are back to the 65nm days.
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"a lesser architecture" that made me lol.... 32nm vs 45nm...... I mean you guys are running these chips like we are back to the 65nm days.
Only the truth... and even compared to the 65nm days, voltage safety limits haven't changed all too much.

People still put 1.5-1.6v through Core i7 9x0's just like they did with Q9xx0's and Q6xx0's without any consideration There's nothing saying you can't put 1.5v through the CPU as Intel has yet to specify an actual safe limit on these chips.
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Only the truth... and even compared to the 65nm days, voltage safety limits haven't changed all too much.

People still put 1.5-1.6v through Core i7 9x0's just like they did with Q9xx0's and Q6xx0's without any consideration There's nothing saying you can't put 1.5v through the CPU as Intel has yet to specify an actual safe limit on these chips.
you mean besides common sense...
    
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you mean besides common sense...
As long as your temps are cool, go ahead and pump that voltage.

That's what I say.

I did 1.6v on my Q8400. 99C on a Dual-Fan TRUE.

So I went back down to 1.5v and it's rocking fine at 80C max.
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p67 are meant to be oc'd with all the speed stepping stuff on--therefore if the cpu came to tjunction max the voltage and clock speed would be throttled to bring it down below the threshold temperature. As long as you are using these thermal throttles you really don't have to worry about cpu getting too hot. And I think anything up to 1.6 is fine given the temperature is controlled properly.
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