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Ok, thats what the Auto OC suggested for high voltages. I have to run it on 1.52 for the CPU to be stable. Any ssugestions on other voltages I should fool around with?
Whoa. Try 1.3 or so first. Don't let the auto tuner do the OC'ing. My 3770k was running at 4.5 Ghz at 1.36V because of Auto tuner. Now, I run at 1.24 stable.

Just saying, don't trust auto tuner.
 

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Why have you still not turned down your voltage? You're going to wake up to a liquid pool of silicon on the floor if you don't turn your computer off or change the voltage.
 

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Why have you still not turned down your voltage? You're going to wake up to a liquid pool of silicon on the floor if you don't turn your computer off or change the voltage.
Because the temps are well within limits and stable. And I have the probe enabled, so if it gets too hot it will shut down.
 

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Because the temps are well within limits and stable. And I have the probe enabled, so if it gets too hot it will shut down.
I can stick a wire with 10 megawatts going through your skull and it wouldn't get above room temperature. Tell me how good it would feel though.
 

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I can stick a wire with 10 megawatts going through your skull and it wouldn't get above room temperature. Tell me how good it would feel though.
Haha.

Reset BIOS and see where it puts stock settings and try again. 1.6 is not safe at all.

Edit: When I say try again, I mean do gradual increases in voltage and multiplier. GRADUAL, don't brute force it
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Because the temps are well within limits and stable. And I have the probe enabled, so if it gets too hot it will shut down.
Are you asking for help or are you trying to defend yourself over your own thread...?

It doesn't matter what temps you have for your processor, but that amount of voltage will degrade it so fast it'll probably die sooner or later. That's why everyone have been telling you to turn off your computer + quickly drop the voltage.

Also yes, OC in the BIOS, not the crappy AI Suite.
 
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