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I'm torn between RMAing the cpu as it looks physically fine.
So here's why I'm torn right now as to whether to send the CPU off too. On one hand I know this CPU was 4.7 GHz stable (also what I sue to help propel my folding team along) and that if I send it off I might get a worse chip. On the flip side of that though I might get a chip that does that 4.7GHz at lower voltage or oc's higher.
     
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Another series of random questions... So I did a 12 hour stability test at 4.6 GHz at 1.29v. Now, if I decide to downclock, am I guaranteed the same performance if I overclock again or am I risking it?

Another thing is, does your components have effects on overclock... I.E. If I replace my hard drive, will I need to overclock again?
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You should be fine downclocking it that's nice voltage btw.
     
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What do you guys think about 4.8 ghz @ 1.42v. Highest temps in prime = 68/76/75/71 (AIR)

Would that be safe for everyday use? I know i'll never see those temps while gaming. I'm a little worried the vcore might be too high though...
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I am at 4.5GHz at 1.36v(unfortunatly) was wanting to go to 5ghz but cant seem to I keep getting 124BSOD at even1.485v. I hear also should try adjusting the QPI/VTT where the hell do I find that I see that no where in my bois. Its MSI click bios(crap). any ideas?
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Originally Posted by Freiya;13006272 
What do you guys think about 4.8 ghz @ 1.42v. Highest temps in prime = 68/76/75/71 (AIR)

Would that be safe for everyday use? I know i'll never see those temps while gaming. I'm a little worried the vcore might be too high though...

Not worth it. I am sticking to 4.5GHz with offset +0.060.
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Originally Posted by Freiya;13006272 
What do you guys think about 4.8 ghz @ 1.42v. Highest temps in prime = 68/76/75/71 (AIR)

Would that be safe for everyday use? I know i'll never see those temps while gaming. I'm a little worried the vcore might be too high though...
It's your choice really. I ran mine 24/7 with 4.7 GHz and 1.425v in bios (1.44v load). What are your volts and temps for 4.7GHz?
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Originally Posted by Dimaggio1103;13006615 
I am at 4.5GHz at 1.36v(unfortunatly) was wanting to go to 5ghz but cant seem to I keep getting 124BSOD at even1.485v. I hear also should try adjusting the QPI/VTT where the hell do I find that I see that no where in my bois. Its MSI click bios(crap). any ideas?
QPI/VTT is called VCCIO in ASUS boards maybe it's the same for MSI?

So here's why I'm torn right now as to whether to send the CPU off too. On one hand I know this CPU was 4.7 GHz stable (also what I sue to help propel my folding team along) and that if I send it off I might get a worse chip. On the flip side of that though I might get a chip that does that 4.7GHz at lower voltage or oc's higher.
Edited by phazer11 - 4/5/11 at 4:30am
     
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Opps someone delete this please?
     
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Originally Posted by munaim1;12998911 
By the way im still running a B2 mobo and havnt got changed yet, I'll wait until the new chipset surfaces and then do an rma. smile.gif
Im in the same boat. I was going to get the new B3 but decided against it.
Wont the 2500K work in the Z68 or whatever that next chipset is called. If it will then ill just hold out for those.
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I hear ya.
     
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