Originally Posted by Senupe
That voltage it's ok, try puting IMC Voltage on 1.1, the PHC on 1.0875 (usually 1.05 works but if you can't achieve stability with 1.05 try that), and use the voltage your RAM it's made for; you have an overclocked RAM, this also increases the heat, lower your RAM Multiplier (getting lower ram speed, don't worry it's unnoticeable unless you encode a lot of video) and then try at stock voltage (usually 1.5v).
Try that, these setting were by these guys and worked like a champ: Maximum PC - Overclock a Core i5-760 to 4GHz
The model it's and i5-760 but should work for you.
Thank you for the info!
That helped me. I did the tweak voltages mentioned above and achived to o/c it to 4ghz(with 1.25 cpu voltage) and maximum degrees with prime95 79C and average about 76C.
I then tried to lower the cpu voltage(still for 4ghz) to see if i would have lower temps and it worked.i put it to 1.23v and i now have 3-4 degrees less in full stress.And it seems stable(for now at least).
With lower voltage i have the same performance with lower temperatures but I just want to ask if lower voltage affects anything else there and i will have some problem later.
Can I sleep well at night with these settings??