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Ok my overclock is stable. Voltage a little higher than I would like. Do people think this is ok for 24/7 use?

4.8ghz 1.4Vcore (windows) using offset mode with C1/E turned on. Max temp when gaming encoding etc 51C or 59C Intel Burn test. Voltage is a little high but temps are good.. What do people think?

Should I drop down to 4.5Ghz and a lower voltage? Way I figure it the voltage is only that high now and again not constant and I have the 3 year intel warranty.
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I normally don't recommend much LLC, but if you're getting extreme Vdroop, you could increase your LLC level by one increment. You'd have to decrease the offset voltage and/or additional turbo voltage accordingly, but it does seem to help some.

 

I was able to get 4.5 GHz stable Regular LLC (disabled / 0%) , and was able to go from 4.6 GHz through 4.9 GHz with Medium LLC (25%). When I went up to 5.0 and 5.1 GHz I needed to use High LLC (50%) to combat the Vdroop. 


Hi Shad0wfax,

Interesting points regarding LLC, so for you LLC should be used sparingly?

So do you use set turbo voltage to also help combat the Vdroop, or are they completely uncorrelated? I have my turbo voltage set to auto, but I'm only looking at 4.6GHz. On the flip side I require a 75% LLC because of the Vdroop I see. I know each mobo is different, but seems I may be overcompensating with LLC without tweaking other parameters that may help.

Thanks for your thoughts.
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Finished my 4.7 run. Figured I might as well submit a run with the board I own, being that I got rid of my Intel DZ68BC board that got me my initial club membership.
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As you may notice the starting time of Prime and RealTemp time are off. My PC was set to balanced power mode and went to sleep on me weirdsmiley.gif I believe RealTemp is showing the accurate "running" time.

EDIT: Updated the submission pic to 20+ hour super stable biggrin.gif
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Ok my overclock is stable. Voltage a little higher than I would like. Do people think this is ok for 24/7 use?
4.8ghz 1.4Vcore (windows) using offset mode with C1/E turned on. Max temp when gaming encoding etc 51C or 59C Intel Burn test. Voltage is a little high but temps are good.. What do people think?
Should I drop down to 4.5Ghz and a lower voltage? Way I figure it the voltage is only that high now and again not constant and I have the 3 year intel warranty.

That is pretty average voltage for 4.8. I have it stuck in my head to be extra safe and stay below 1.4V which in my case is 4.7Ghz @ 1.376V. But as long as your temp's are good and your stable 12+ hours then go for 4.8. Most people here will tell you up to 1.5V is safe but I'm just one to play it on the safe side, I mean 4.7 is a 1Ghz overclock. I'm very happy with my results and I have a very average chip.
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for a extremely long term oc, I always use 10% as a general rule, which 1.27*1.1=1.397v. +10% is also the limit of what you should do with air cooling keeping safe. Look at peoples temps with higher then 1.4v on air without living in alaska. Almost all electronics parts permit +-10% so thats as far as 'safe' is. With water you should be ok to 15% or 1.4605 but i wouldn't go past 20% or, 1.524v (sounds familiar?) if you want your cpu to live anywhere near a long time, but 20% is very much so pushing it

Reason why you get higher limit with water is the cpus were designed with heat transfer coefficients that air cooling offers, water has higher transfer coefficient due to heat capacity, and surface area advantages.

So unless you are awfully unlucky, 10% with air, 15% with water and you should have a cpu that lasts years so lets stop talking about voltages now rolleyes.gif

Temps are extremely important too, voltage tolerance goes down with higher temps, Dothan was a fine example of this if you guys ever played with doing strong dothan oc's. you started needing to go do chilled water at about 3 ghz because the temperature tolerance was way down due to the voltage, not because it was putting out a lot of heat.
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for a extremely long term oc, I always use 10% as a general rule, which 1.27*1.1=1.397v. +10% is also the limit of what you should do with air cooling keeping safe. Look at peoples temps with higher then 1.4v on air without living in alaska. Almost all electronics parts permit +-10% so thats as far as 'safe' is. With water you should be ok to 15% or 1.4605 but i wouldn't go past 20% or, 1.524v (sounds familiar?) if you want your cpu to live anywhere near a long time, but 20% is very much so pushing it
Reason why you get higher limit with water is the cpus were designed with heat transfer coefficients that air cooling offers, water has higher transfer coefficient due to heat capacity, and surface area advantages.
So unless you are awfully unlucky, 10% with air, 15% with water and you should have a cpu that lasts years so lets stop talking about voltages now rolleyes.gif
Temps are extremely important too, voltage tolerance goes down with higher temps, Dothan was a fine example of this if you guys ever played with doing strong dothan oc's. you started needing to go do chilled water at about 3 ghz because the temperature tolerance was way down due to the voltage, not because it was putting out a lot of heat. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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+rep for the +-10% info. It makes perfect sense. If you test a typical 5v DC power adapter with a multimeter you will most likely see 5.5-6V. Funny how 20% is 1.52v thumb.gif

By the way. Where did you get 1.27V from? Is that Intel recommended voltage for stock (with turbo)?
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FYI and a tad off topic, but thought some of you may be interested.

Corsair CWCH60 Hydro Series H60 High Performance Liquid CPU Cooler on sale at Circuit City and Compusa for $49.99.

I mention both places because even though they are actually the same company, if you're like me, one ( circuit city ) is tax free, where as the other isn't......thumb.gif
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FYI and a tad off topic, but thought some of you may be interested.
Corsair CWCH60 Hydro Series H60 High Performance Liquid CPU Cooler on sale at Circuit City and Compusa for $49.99.
I mention both places because even though they are actually the same company, if you're like me, one ( circuit city ) is tax free, where as the other isn't......thumb.gif

Where would the H60 be in comparison to a Hyper 212+?
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Where would the H60 be in comparison to a Hyper 212+?

Better than. If stock fans are used.
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