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General consensus is more volts = more heat, the cooling comes in when you decide to control that heat as best as possible, however, if you 'want' to increase the overclock then that automatically means you will need to increase the voltage, now whether or not you are comofrtable in doing that atleast you have the cooling to maintain the temps at a reasonable level. Basically comes down to how much you want to overclock and how high you are prepared to go in terms of overclocking and temperature wise. Usually water cooling allows for more overclocking headroom.

For example :

1.4v at Xghz = 80c with air
1.4v at Xghz = 60c with water cooling

You can increase your overclock to Xghz with 1.45v and be at 70/75c.
Yah thanks for that. I'm not really worried about the temps as I know they will be ok. But it is my understanding that even with the temps in check. Too much voltage can possibly hurt the chip. Not sure if that is correct or not.

I'd like to get 5ghz stable. Haven't really touched my cpu OC since I got my watercooling setup. Right now its down though.

Not really looking to run this 24/7. But I would like to be able to bench with that speed.
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Yes, too much can still hurt it.
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Yah thanks for that. I'm not really worried about the temps as I know they will be ok. But it is my understanding that even with the temps in check. Too much voltage can possibly hurt the chip. Not sure if that is correct or not.

I'd like to get 5ghz stable. Haven't really touched my cpu OC since I got my watercooling setup. Right now its down though.

Not really looking to run this 24/7. But I would like to be able to bench with that speed.
that is correct, but who knows how much voltage is too much on these cpu's for 24/7 usage??? benching is something else lol Read the OP regarding max voltage and max temps.
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Wow i just did a 4.8Ghz run on my Hyper 212+ with 1 fan on an $80 motherboard.

Hahaha, man i love this chip!
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Thought I'd share my improvement over my last submission and possibly get it updated in the spreadsheet

-20mV on vcore and now finally my ram are running 1600mhz. As you can see, it's running at 8-9-8-24-2N and not the rated 8-8-8; it was the extra clock delay from tRCD that allowed for stability of the IMC @ 4600mhz instead of a vccio bump. I'm okay with that seeing as apparently it comes down to minescule loss of performance from higher timings vs better health of the chip by maintaining stock vccio.

I might try messing around with lowering PLL to 1.71 at some point and see if it remains stable.

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Wow i just did a 4.8Ghz run on my Hyper 212+ with 1 fan on an $80 motherboard.

Hahaha, man i love this chip!
Whats the actual vcore??? use hwmonitor or easytune.


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Thought I'd share my improvement over my last submission and possibly get it updated in the spreadsheet

-20mV on vcore and now finally my ram are running 1600mhz. As you can see, it's running at 8-9-8-24-2N and not the rated 8-8-8; it was the extra clock delay from tRCD that allowed for stability of the IMC @ 4600mhz instead of a vccio bump. I'm okay with that seeing as apparently it comes down to minescule loss of performance from higher timings vs better health of the chip by maintaining stock vccio.

I might try messing around with lowering PLL to 1.71 at some point and see if it remains stable.

Custom Prime95 blend run w/ 6500mb ram btw.

Cheers
Looking good bud, when you do test PLL, drop it down to 1.4v and go up from there. I'm at a nice healthy 1.55v and it's running very well! You're previous screenshot will still be available in the old section for your own comparison

Spreadsheet will be updated in a sec

Just had a look at your previous submission, good job getting the vcore down and the temps!!!


EDIT:

Also come guys I wana see some more BIOS templates!!!!!!


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BIOS TEMPLATES

I have created a sheet for BIOS templates, it could be a reference point to other's including oneself and a quick 'copy and paste' whenever required in other threads/posts etc.

Those that have posted their stable systems please spare a few minutes of your time to do this. One more thing, these are the ones im after:
  • Main BIOS page (The advanced settings main page)

  • Full AI tweaker Page including DRAM Timing control

  • CPU Configuration Page


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no worries, it was very well deserved just a note, remember that error 124 can also be PLL voltage too high or too less. Refere to the findings in the OP.

Thanks for your kind words, much appreciated, sticky or no stick, this will remain THE sandybridge thread of OCN
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