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Safe 45nm voltage?

Discussion in 'Overclocking & Cooling' started by JrRacinFan, Sep 15, 2009.

  1. JrRacinFan

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    Just needing confirmation and assurance: What is a safe max 45nm voltage? 1.37v? I've been playing around with the chip again and trying to push a higher 24.7.
     
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    Well Intel and Amd both recommend less but I think you should be safe with anything less then 1.4
     
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    Thank you again panther. I have been testing and found that this chip can do 4Ghz 1.34v ,4.1Ghz 1.37v or 4.2Ghz 1.41v. Just trying to figure out what would be best.
     
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    Your e5200 is so much better then the one I got man XD

    Just out of curiosity what are your other bios settings I'll give them a try with my chip.
     
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    It's mainly the board choice bro and it's an R0 stepping. Oh and take a peak at the screenshot. NB is at 1.2v, ram 1.8v, FSB Term/HT Link 1.27v.

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    That's in a hot apt. Feels like 75F in here. Oh and max temp is Linx load. When gaming it never runs over 45C.
     
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    i ran my e8200 f@h for months last year 4.2ghz@1.42v and it did nothing to it.
     
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    Thanks marsey. Just was trying to find assurance on this. I think my next upgrade is going to have to be ram unfortunately.
     
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    It's not as if I have a bad board, just not as good as yours <_<

    Cheers for the voltage info I'll give it a try, doubt it will work though, think running 1.79 volts through it buggered the chip up somewhat >_>
     
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    BIOS is quirky but its an ok board.
     
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    Man i needed to pump like 1.4v for 4ghz on my E5200.
     
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    Yah, I have an M0 here also that needs 1.4v for 3.5Ghz.
     
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    i read somewhere that e5x00 can take max of 1.45v according to intel datasheet??
    (i know the website says 1.3625v)

    EDIT: e5200 MO did 3.75ghz 1.4v e5300 RO did 4ghz 1.4v
     
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    Is that m0 or r0 tho?
     
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    No luck JR, I can have 3ghz @ 1.25 volts anything over 3ghz and my processor pulls a sad face and either refuses to boot or sets its multi to x6.
     
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    Yuck! Guess I'm good to go then with 1.33v 4Ghz.
     
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    Your not going to tell any difference in 4.2 or 4.0 unless your benching anyway.
    Might as well set it at 4.0
     
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    I would never go above 1.4V and 70C. Anything below that should be fine for 24/7 use though.
     
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    Even on water?
     
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    ...Is it Linpack stable?
     
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    45* load is childs play jr. I benched a few 45nm at 1.6v and it made the tubes of my water cooling warm to the touch...ran a few at 1.45V 24/7 tho. dont be so worried as long as temps are ok with you.
     
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