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It all depends on the chip, just start at a high vcore (1.3v) and then keep lowering it until you lose stability, stay at the lowest stable voltage.

When I say the chip I DON'T mean the fact that it's an i7 930, some chips will do high clocks/low voltages, some will not.
 

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For a stable 3.5GHz 1.25 would be enough.
 

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Originally Posted by Ecchi-BANZAII!!! View Post
For a stable 3.5GHz 1.25 would be enough.
More than enough if you ask me. 1.25v cuts it for 4GHz alot of the time.
 

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Looks okay there, have you ran P95/Linx or anything else to stress test?
yea i ran p95, it was stable
 

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yea i ran p95, it was stable
how long did you run it? most people like to run for at least a few hours to make sure. realistically though, you're probably good. as others have said, a lot of i7s can go higher than 3.5 at that same vcore and be perfectly stable.
 

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how long did you run it? most people like to run for at least a few hours to make sure. realistically though, you're probably good. as others have said, a lot of i7s can go higher than 3.5 at that same vcore and be perfectly stable.

Not too long, ill run it all day tommorow
 
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