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2600k @ 4.8 @ 1.36 - temps

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Ok hi again, i already make my cpu run at 4.8Ghz stable so far... just a couple of minutes (like 30) but it is the first time to take that long without freezing or BSOD after i tweak the settings on the BIOS.

So my question is, looking at the picture below, the procesor will last another 10 minutes, 10 years, less than that (sweating right now)?

I know temps are a bit high on load but if that could last 10 years im ok with it.

Thanks in advance!



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Based on the difference in voltages on your sig rig, I'd say the gain at 4.8ghz isnt really worth it at those temperatures for 24/7 usage. You also said you only ran prime for 30 min so most likely you'll have to push the vcore higher, thus even higher temps. Stick at 4.5ghz or try 4.6 ghz I say.
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With an H70, you really should be getting much lower than that...on Prime95, my set-up at 4.6 Ghz and 1.35v doesnt go past mid-60's. It might be your thermal paste needs to be reapplied? I'm sure those temps wont kill you, as your processor will never realistically be 100% load, but I'd feel a lot more comfortable if they were 10 degrees lower.

Try also setting the overclock in your bios rather than the in-os utility?
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