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Been overclocking a I5 6600K have it stable at 4.8 @45c-65c, (1.47v on auto) under loads, air cooled hyper 212X, 750G3 psu, but looking to have it rest at 5.0 would de lidding and pulling a few mm off of this chip get me there?
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1.47v is way too much for a 14nm chip ... regardless, Skylake has a hard time hitting 5.0 and your temps aren't the reason. Back off the voltage unless you want a dead chip or at least a heavily degraded one.

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1.47v is way too much for a 14nm chip ... regardless, Skylake has a hard time hitting 5.0 and your temps aren't the reason. Back off the voltage unless you want a dead chip or at least a heavily degraded one.
Maybe that's what they mean by "have it rest at 5Ghz"?
lol That's gotta be a typo, no way a 212 is cooling a stock chip with +1.4v.
Seriously though, you don't OC with auto voltage. That's against the entire methodology behind getting something stable.

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1.47v is way too much for a 14nm chip ... regardless, Skylake has a hard time hitting 5.0 and your temps aren't the reason. Back off the voltage unless you want a dead chip or at least a heavily degraded one.
ill try to again, but when i back off the volts it will usually crash. not really concerned with the cpu lifespan .may be because im using a low end msi z170a gaming m5 on this rig.
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i can provide screen shots of this franken rig lol. 11 total fans in this thing keeping it chilly! msi rtx 2080ti duke bit overkill but i wanted it
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If you're going to throw new parts at your rig, get a used 7700K, not a new motherboard. Your motherboard isn't the limitation, it's the silicon.

And you won't kill your chip with 1.45v+ 24/7, but you'll degrade it. If you aren't hitting your clocks now you definitely won't later at that voltage.

Do what you want, but 4.8 is already high for a Skylake CPU. Only the top 6% of 6700Ks hit 4.9 and the ones that can do it at ~1.42v.

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