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Nice runs hope u got a spare chip handy.
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Originally Posted by LethalRise750;12797203 
Go higher on the PLL Voltage.

bumped the pll to 1.9 eek.gif when running those.

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Nice runs hope u got a spare chip handy.

Im pretty sure 5 minutes wont kill it redface.gif

Im back down to my 5.1ghz stable and its still working fine biggrin.gif.
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HI all!
actually this is my first reply on ocing.net.....
i have a laptop [hp probook 4420s with the intel core i5 450 m not a sandy bridge.....

While running the pie test... i got this screen shot.

SIMPLE QUESTION.....HOW CAN THIS BE POSSIBLE???????????
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Originally Posted by munaim1;12792033 
Here's the IBT run, it's couple of degrees higher than prime but not that much, highest core hitting 72c. Passed 40 runs in 1 hour, safe to say that I have a 100% stable overclock biggrin.gif

If you update to the SP1 and use the new IBT with the AVX instruction set you temps will increase along with the GFLOPS. With AVX your GFLOPS will be ~120-130 at your speed (with linpack in Linux I get ~120 @ 4.4). Since with the new instructions it pushes the chip harder it is better for stability testing. Nice chip and OC!
 
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Lol, yes, anything over 1.38v will kill your CPU! 1.46v really is a suicide run!

My friend brought his unlocked K around tonight. We didn't really have along enough to play but our temps for 5GHz were around 60 under load!

1.38 and 1.46 WILL NOT kill your cpu, read some guides.....stop misleading people with crap info.
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I accidentally pushed 1.76 to my chip the other day, Booted to windows. CPU temp warning came up..
Opened CPU'z saw teh vcore, Pulled the plug as fast as I could lol .
1.7+ and AIR cooling dont mix tongue.gif
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1.38 and 1.46 WILL NOT kill your cpu, read some guides.....stop misleading people with crap info.


Well, an ASUS Rep recommended staying under 1.425v... so I'm not really sure who to believe wink.gif But a representative for a major manufacturer is a lot more reputable than random reviewers.
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HI all!
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While running the pie test... i got this screen shot.

SIMPLE QUESTION.....HOW CAN THIS BE POSSIBLE???????????

your photoshop skills are amazing
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Well, an ASUS Rep recommended staying under 1.425v... so I'm not really sure who to believe wink.gif But a representative for a major manufacturer is a lot more reputable than random reviewers.

Scroll down about 1/8th the way.. Look at recommended voltages. ..
http://hardforum.com/showthread.php?t=1578110

For the lazy.
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4. Increased range between 50 to 52 (52 generally considered peak max multiplier except for rare 54x parts) will generally require a CPU voltage range between 1.515 to 1.535V with LLC at Ultra High and potential fine adjustments to the CPU skew range.
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Originally Posted by mdatmo;12797287 
If you update to the SP1 and use the new IBT with the AVX instruction set you temps will increase along with the GFLOPS. With AVX your GFLOPS will be ~120-130 at your speed (with linpack in Linux I get ~120 @ 4.4). Since with the new instructions it pushes the chip harder it is better for stability testing. Nice chip and OC!

thanks bro +rep for the info.

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1.38 and 1.46 WILL NOT kill your cpu, read some guides.....stop misleading people with crap info.


I lol'd, I'v read enough guides to know but didnt really know what's the absolute max volts were for a suicide run thats why I pretty much bumped the volts to 1.65 max and worked from there. Didnt really bother with reducing the voltage, just wanted to know the limit of the cpu.
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