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Been messing with this for a long time, im at 3.8ghz with 1.4 on core. to get it stable at 4ghz it takes 1.525v at least. Whats the max for 24/7 use? Il probably just put it to max safe voltage and see what I can get for OC. Also I noticed when I load Linpack voltage actually drops by .1v What do I need to disable to stop that? I assumed it was something like vdroop but I dont see anything about vdroop in bios. any help or info would be great, thanks a bunch in advance ^_^
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1.55v is max and keep it under 55c.
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1.55v is max and keep it under 55c.
Thanks,

I am on air, so if I pass 55C only under linpack do you think its "kinda" ok to keep, I never max out my cpu anyway :|
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Thanks,

I am on air, so if I pass 55C only under linpack do you think its "kinda" ok to keep, I never max out my cpu anyway :|
If it's Linpacking @ 57'C or so, then you are ok.
    
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Thanks,

I am on air, so if I pass 55C only under linpack do you think its "kinda" ok to keep, I never max out my cpu anyway :|
AMD says 62c is max. Most of the time AMD cpu become unstable on temps higher than 55c when we oc them.
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If it's Linpacking @ 57'C or so, then you are ok.
One of the biggest issues I have is that temps climb very slowly, but they just keep going. Like the CPU's thermal output is overwhelming the heat dispersion of the 212+ by about half a C a minute. Iv never seen it level out.
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One of the biggest issues I have is that temps climb very slowly, but they just keep going. Like the CPU's thermal output is overwhelming the heat dispersion of the 212+ by about half a C a minute. Iv never seen it level out.
I've had that happen to me on a Phenom 940 and a Zalman 9700 cooler.

I had to back down the OC and volts.
    
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One of the biggest issues I have is that temps climb very slowly, but they just keep going. Like the CPU's thermal output is overwhelming the heat dispersion of the 212+ by about half a C a minute. Iv never seen it level out.
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I've had that happen to me on a Phenom 940 and a Zalman 9700 cooler.

I had to back down the OC and volts.
So basically the cpu cooler can handle it.
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So basically the cpu cooler can handle it.
Seems that way, breaks my heart, trying to make it feel like a 2500K while I wait and see whats best P/P BD or SB
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About ur vdrop. Do U have LLC enabled?
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