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Quote: Originally Posted by Scotty99 View Post
Hmm im also interested, i have a 4670k coming from ebay. Is 1.25v usually good for 4.5ghz on these chips or would that be considered a better than average chip?
On a 4670k I believe that makes it average or maybe a little better assuming it's 100% stable. Devil's Canyon clocked a bit better for most of us but clock for clock there isn't really a difference in performance. I don't recall the minimum vcore for mine at 4.5Ghz since that was years ago but I remember setting it a bit higher at 1.25v to round it off. I've been running 4.7Ghz with 1.3v for a few years now.

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