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post #21 of 28
I recommend you listen to everyone and not have your cpu @ 1.6vcore. Bring it down to 1.5 and see what you can get out of it if you care about your chip lasting.
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Not all chips are equal ... if some can get 5.1 GHz it does not mean you can too!
 
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post #23 of 28
If you ever decide to sell that chip be honorable and let the buyer know you ran 1.65v thru it while running P95.

Voltage can kill chips even if temps are low...especially if you run P95 or IBT where the current is much higher.

Getting a CPU-Z validation at 1.65v is 1 thing, but introduce a load at that voltage and the massive current will start to do some damage.

Are you at 1.65v in the BIOS? What does CPU-Z say when you're under load?
post #24 of 28
to have 5 ghz on the asrock enable pll override-set short and long term power duration limits to 200-set LLC to 1-and finally try 1,53 v-core.

don`t go above ~1,53 volts-your chip will degrade-i`m through all these high voltage testing,so better believe.

ht should be enabled,otherwise you will miss the best of your cpu.
pch voltage can be left auto,but sometimes raising v-dimm may help.

btw,85° is excellent at 1,65 v-core
Edited by clock12 - 3/12/11 at 1:48pm
post #25 of 28
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i turned it down to 1.5 volts and the best i can get 4.8 ill stick with that and save my chip
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post #26 of 28
pity,a really bad chip,but 4,8 is more than enough and you can run these 24/7 without headaches.
post #27 of 28
Pushing it = ~1.45V & ~80c
Playing it safe = ~1.35V & ~70c

For the 5ghz+ club I could do 5.1ghz at 1.44V. Max temp was 86C. Avg was ~ 80C.


Currently testing 5ghz at 1.42V for 24/7. Haven't broke 80C yet.

These are load voltages BTW.
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post #28 of 28
I wouldnt run the thing higher than than 1.4ish for 247 overclock but thats just me. And if you do sell it you needa mention you did 1.65 in it because you prob did take a bit of life off that chip. these things are not meant to have voltage that high going through it. Hell 1.5 is probably not the best for it either. I run 4.5 with offset voltage on and it never gets higher than 1.32. id go back down to something like that since anything over 4ghz is MORE than enough
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