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1.47v seems like a lot to push through a 32nm chip. Is that even safe? The max recommended safe voltage for 45nm is 1.35v

it varies from chip to chip to be honest. for example, max safe voltage for a a phenom ii x4 940 can be 1.5

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I actually do a bit of video rendering and encoding, so I need the HT on


that's fine, but that's also why Gflops are a little low. not like you're going to notice it on any real world application though.
 

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1.47v seems like a lot to push through a 32nm chip. Is that even safe? The max recommended safe voltage for 45nm is 1.35v

i thought max safe for 55nm chips (i7 at least) was 1.55
 

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i thought max safe for 55nm chips (i7 at least) was 1.55

yeah thats a little high. I would go 1.5v or below if you have good enough cooling...like 70C
 

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hes on water+ i7's can take vcore up to 1.55 and he has great temps so i wouldnt worry too much
 

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i would eat babies for a 980x! grats man
 

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Its a bit hard to tell how much these B1 980x's will really take until people start burning out their chips and posting the results here. I would expect 1.45v to be ok and wouldn't hesitate to run that, but id be careful pushing one that was mine higher until others have done so
 
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