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Old 10-13-2011, 02:13 PM
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Default 2600k max voltage

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i was wondering what is the max voltage on water with the 2600k?

what happens if i put to much voltage on it if the temps are ok?
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i want to go higher but i don't want to damage my chip
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Old 10-13-2011, 02:58 PM
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i have just the same speed 5530Mhz on 55x multi and i use 1.57 Vcore :

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I've run 1.6-1.62v ALOT on air on some cpus withouth any negative effects. I think when you start pushing close to 1.7v and beyond real voltage, your in the danger zone. Is this on EVGA P67 mobo? They tend to over volt slightly under load so be sure to check read point and adjust accordingly.
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And don't try to push high volts (1.65+) if you overclock on GBT or MSI
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Old 10-30-2011, 09:02 AM
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And don't try to push high volts (1.65+) if you overclock on GBT or MSI
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And don't try to push high volts (1.65+) if you overclock on GBT or MSI
Why? Beyond the fact that some gbt boards cap out at 1.7vcore.
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Old 10-31-2011, 01:37 PM
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Why? Beyond the fact that some gbt boards cap out at 1.7vcore.
Few people had MSI boards blow up and take CPUs with them when preparing for MOA 2011.
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How good are the temps? I run air alot around 1.65v on MIVE, havent gone passed 1.725v on ln2 there is nothing there to gain on my chip.
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Old 11-01-2011, 03:27 PM
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Few people had MSI boards blow up and take CPUs with them when preparing for MOA 2011.
The problem on these boards was DR MOS chips and water (Not a good combo, even when the MB was without power)
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