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hey man i saw your PM just now. Please just decrease the multiplier and decrease the vcore to 1.45-1.45v your CPU will be different than mine, it might need more volts. int hat case you will need to decrease the clock speed. it seems that ES chips like mine are OCing better than retail chips. So please you might not be able to clock as high as me.

DONT go over 1.45v or eve 1.4v for 24/7 use on these processors.
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Thanks sin your the best!!!! So I can use the same numbers as what you had for your 5.2ghz overclock and just reduce the vcore, volts and multiplier to suit my chosen clock speeds is that right? And as you said always stay under 1.45v for 24/7 stability. Sorry if I'm repeated myself just wanted to clearify so I understand
    
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I want you to stay under 1.45v or even 1.4v because it will degrade your chip if you use more

But yea overclocking is only about cooling, increasing voltage, and increasing settings. The right combo is the key though.
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