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Just got an h100. I have it in push pull with the corsair fans that came with it and the antec tricool ones from my case. How much extra heat would 200mhz add? I wouldn't care if it got to 85 degrees in prime because it will never see that much load other than prime.

depends on your chip how much extra heat it will bring.
i pulled off my pull fans. i had 2 excaliburs pushing and the 2 stock h100 pulling and it cooled 2* better. not worth it for the extra noise.
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Think you're right, you should be able to hit 5ghz with that h100 p/p
 
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Edited by iPDrop - 7/4/12 at 6:54am
 
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Hey guys, I've managed to get my rig stable for 12 hours on 4.5GHz smile.gif

Vcore - 1.4 (1.384 in CPU-Z idle, 1.368 load)
I/O - 1.07
S/A - 0.95
PLL - 1.82
DRAM - 1.514

I then tested P95 AVX 27.7 Blend test which ran successfully for a full 12 hours! Check out the screenshot:

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hujz7.jpg

I do have a question though, I know this thread is not about safe voltages, but I could use a little help.

I've tried stabilizing 4.5 on a lower Vcore, at first I tried 1.37-1.38 which failed pretty much after 10 minutes with a BSOD on P95 AVX 27.7, then I tried 1.39 which lasted about 7 hours before failing again with a BSOD 124 code. Only with 1.4 which droops to 1.37-1.38 under load I am able to get it stable.

I know it's considered safe but still, this voltage seems a little too high for me, lots of people are doing 4.5 with a much lower Vcore, of course I know every CPU has its own limitations and you can't really compare but is there something I'm missing? Maybe my I/O is too low/high? Some people told me that reducing PLL to 1.75 might help find stability on a lower Vcore, others say increasing it might help.

I'm kinda puzzled, my main goal is to achieve stability on 4.5GHz with 1.38 in BIOS which droops to 1.36 under load. I've given up on 4.6 as I require at least 1.43 in the BIOS which droops to 1.4V to achieve this and that's a little too high for me, I wanna play it safe.

I have all power saving features disabled, including Phase Control, Turbo is also disabled, any suggestions? Thanks
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Intel states that as long as you don't run the voltage over 1.52v its life expectancy remains between 7-10 years. The only bad thing about higher volts not-exceeding 1.52v would be a higher temperature.
 
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hey IPdrop, can you please link me to where it says this?

I've read different on Overclock UK: http://forums.overclockers.co.uk/showthread.php?t=18227652

Intel state that exceeding 1.38V (Actual, not in BIOS) will definitely limit your chip's lifetime and over 1.45 can and WILL kill your CPU. There are exceptions of course, people have exceeded 1.5V with 5GHz+ overclocks and lived to tell about it, but personally I'd never risk setting such a high voltage just for a few hundred more MHz.
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Going for 4.9 with offset mode, Just BSOD'd 1344's @ 11mins with 1.456 Vcore. Time for a nudge, wish me luck wink.gif
    
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Here is my submission:

14 Hrs @ 5GHz, 1.47v. Ambient: 15°c

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@Zachn I dont have a link I just remember reading that about the Sandy Bridges when they first came out.

Totally ran 14 hours of the wrong test doh.gif
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my submission,,and really nice work munaim1
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Okay I'm getting irritated now. I had a great overclock. I had run prime for 8 hours perfectly. I bumped the multiplier up to 50 and BSOD. Bumped the voltage up didn't work (all the way up to 1.485, I don't want to go higher than that) so it looks like my chip can't handle 5.0ghz. Tried for 4.9 and same thing. So I went back to 4.8 (with the same settings I had before, 1.45 volts) and now I can't get it stable. Maybe my memory overclock isn't stable, but prime won't do anything now. I start the test then after a couple seconds it quits.

I reset the bios to factory settings, then put my settings in again and I'm getting the same problems. What should I try? 4.8ghz is working great on the desktop (using it right now) but prime can't start.

BTW my memory is 1600mhz overclocked to 1866mhz. Timings are 10-10-10-24. Voltage is 1.6.
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