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post #11 of 18
Hay I found this
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Core Voltage - Not recommended too exceed 1.38v, doing so could kill the CPU, we therefor recommend a range of 1.325-1.350v if overclocking.
Memory Voltage - Intel recommend 1.50v plus/minus 5% which means upto 1.58v is the safe recommended limit. In our testing we have found 1.65v has caused no issues.
BCLK Base Clock - This is strictly a NO, anyone using base clock overclocking could/will cause damange to CPU/Mainboard. (Set manually to 100)
PLL Voltage - Do not exceed 1.9v!!
Hope this helps
post #12 of 18
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Hay I found this

Hope this helps
Please dont post that.

It's rated for 1.52v
many people run up to 1.5v 24/7 and has there been 1 thread on degradation?
    
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post #13 of 18
Use RealTemp 3.67 from here: http://www.overclock.net/intel-cpus/...5ghz-club.html

Also, CPU-Z 1.57 is out at http://www.cpuid.com. Not that I see anything wrong with yours.
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post #14 of 18
IMO 4.9 needing 1.448 is way overkilled. I have the same issue with my 2600k

I can run 4.7 @ 1.34 with temps never going over 60 but to get higher I need to push 1.4 + I don't notice much difference from 4.7 to 4.9 but this is overclocked.net

It's not bad but you should see if you can get your volts down a bit
post #15 of 18
Those temps look way too hot for a 360 rad. I get similar temps on air (although with a lower voltage).

Edit: I see your in Florida, i still think you should be getting better temps with that 360 radiator.
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IMO 4.9 needing 1.448 is way overkilled. I have the same issue with my 2600k

I can run 4.7 @ 1.34 with temps never going over 60 but to get higher I need to push 1.4 + I don't notice much difference from 4.7 to 4.9 but this is overclocked.net

It's not bad but you should see if you can get your volts down a bit
Most of these 2600K are all in the same ballpark...something sorta like:

4.6 - 1.28-1.32
4.7 - 1.32-1.36
4.8 - 1.38-1.42
4.9 - 1.42-1.46
5.0 - 1.45+

The voltage needs jump up almost exponentially over 4.6.

I have seen a few lucky chips achieving 5.0 @ ~ 1.4-1.42.

My rx240 kit keeps my 2600k @ 4.8 (1.40v) right around 59-61C after 1h of p95 blended for comparison. Haven't pushed for 5.0 yet, just seems pointless. Might just do it for validation and self satisfaction one day before i drop back down for 4.8.
    
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post #17 of 18
I should have mentioned, my mid 60s at 21c was with small ftt, blended is a bit lower.

I backed mine down to 4.8 at around 1.34v for my 24/7 clock and feeling pretty happy with that.
    
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Please dont post that.

It's rated for 1.52v
many people run up to 1.5v 24/7 and has there been 1 thread on degradation?
Would you expect degradation in 2 months? I certainly wouldn't.

Temps look good OP, nice OC.
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