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I know.
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That's strange. I recall one person doing 24/7 load at 1.408v on air for seven months and having to bump up to 1.45V for the same speed.
I'm shocked that your chip degraded that much at only 1.35V. Maybe your motherboard had a voltage monitoring issue, similar to the Asrock extreme 6?

I ran constant voltage at 1.49V for over a year without having to pump up the voltage for once yet.
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I ran constant voltage at 1.49V for over a year without having to pump up the voltage for once yet.
Were you running it under 24/7 load? Also, on an extreme 4, I would bet that 1.49 volts is really something like 1.55V.
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So for ASUS boards usually the multimeter voltage is lower than what is reported in CPUZ which is on the safe side?
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no the multimeter reads higher because most asus boards reports a lower voltage.
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no the multimeter reads higher because most asus boards reports a lower voltage.

Ah. How high would that be? Apparently, ASRock extreme boards are very poor in software voltage readings.
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Were you running it under 24/7 load? Also, on an extreme 4, I would bet that 1.49 volts is really something like 1.55V.

I thought I replied but not sure where my post disappeared...

I ran it on my previous board, P67 Extreme 6.

You can see it in my thread how far off the vcore is on the Extreme 4...
http://www.overclock.net/t/1360404/asrock-z77-extreme-4-vcore-reading
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Keeping it on 4.5ghz then, thanks for input.
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I thought I replied but not sure where my post disappeared...

I ran it on my previous board, P67 Extreme 6.

You can see it in my thread how far off the vcore is on the Extreme 4...
http://www.overclock.net/t/1360404/asrock-z77-extreme-4-vcore-reading
You did...
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I thought I replied but not sure where my post disappeared...

Obviously the mods didnt appreciate your post.
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