so with 1.33 i was able to hit 4,3Ghz and complete intel burn test with 15 runs. Temps, as u can see are pretty high(on the warmer CPU) but it was on AC with case closed and no others "cooling devices". In IDLE 15-31, in games i see around max 50 degrees. VTT-1.325 VDIMM - 1.6V
Those settings are safe for 24/7 use?
What is more important lets go back to the Vdroop topic:
Bios settings -
CPU0 Vcore -1.33125
CPU1 Vcore - 1.35625
Bios/eleet readings for both CPU's vcore - 1.329V (during IDLE and stress)
Bios settings - i tried to find voltage for 4.3 but i will not risk and i will give u maximum voltages i've tried:
CPU0 Vcore -1.35125
CPU1 Vcore - 1.38755
Bios/eleet readings for vcore - 1.36(IDLE)/1.29(STRESS)
and computer crashed with these settings
Maybe i'm thinking wrong but isn't the first option safer?
found that sentece:
"Alternatively what's good about this, is that under idle or low load, your core voltage is lower, generating less heat and using less power, and ramps up nicely to enable high load overclocks to be more stable."
in my case voltage is not jumping under load.