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  1. Posts : 7,470
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       #881

    Ok I got this guy under 1.3 v-core levels out at 1.280-1.288-1.296 offset 0.120+
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  2. Posts : 24,479
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       #882

    Really nice job Tommy. Just a tip, it's not a good idea to run two temp monitors, it can cause erroneous readings, or so I'm told.
    I hope my 4770K does as well.
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  3. Posts : 7,470
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       #883

    Britton30 said:
    Really nice job Tommy. Just a tip, it's not a good idea to run two temp monitors, it can cause erroneous readings, or so I'm told.
    I hope my 4770K does as well.
    actually I am not monitoring temps with HWM I am using it to check voltage

    core temp is the only one that reads temp changes correctly under load and stability test
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       #884

    That's great, Tommy. Everything looks great for you. Look at your VID in core temp. What was it while running IBT? Those temps look real good under that overclock. Very well done. Now if it can take an extended test with Prime ot AIDA, I would say your CPU is excellent. Wish mine were half that good.
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       #885

    Britton30 said:
    Really nice job Tommy. Just a tip, it's not a good idea to run two temp monitors, it can cause erroneous readings, or so I'm told.
    I hope my 4770K does as well.
    Have you sent the i5 back Gary?
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       #886

    essenbe said:
    That's great, Tommy. Everything looks great for you. Look at your VID in core temp. What was it while running IBT? Those temps look real good under that overclock. Very well done. Now if it can take an extended test with Prime ot AIDA, I would say your CPU is excellent. Wish mine were half that good.
    Prime maxes out at 77 to 79c IBT maxes at 85c full load
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       #887

    Tommy, what I was asking, just out of curiosity, was what was the VID ?
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  8. Posts : 2,973
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       #888

    Steve, the newer batches of IB chips seem to have a much lower VID than ours do. I've noticed that looking at a few examples on here.
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       #889

    essenbe said:
    Tommy, what I was asking, just out of curiosity, was what was the VID ?

    It stayed here the whole time 1.17
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  10. Posts : 2,973
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       #890

    When you are stressing it, what is the range on the VID Tommy? For instance, mine flutters around between 1.2510 and 1.2660. I bet yours, besides being much lower than the older chips, moves around much less as well.
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