SIn posts here as well under the UID StevenB. That chart is here as well, too.
He's the only user really posting such stuff.
Part of it is that with the tuning warranty, and how these chips clock, there's really nothing to worry about. You're actually pretty safe from killing these chips....except that the raw CPU speed scales with votlage, even under high temps. This may cause some users to push too far, and shorten the lifespan of the chip drastically.
But otherwise, as long as you keep temps i ncheck, and know a bit about how voltages can fluctuate, there's not a lot you can do that is really going to hurt things.
Overclocking today is more about buying the right parts to work together, mostly memory and motherboard i nthat, too, and then getting some luck on how good your IMC is, or so it's been related by many othre reviewers...I still do not think I have found the max of my 3770K's memory controller. But then, maybe i have..still working on that one.
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Last edited by cadaveca; Oct 23, 2012 at 06:16 PM.