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honestly it could be more, i have owned a G3258 that needed 1.3V to get to 3.9Ghz. All Rights Reserved Tom's Hardware Guide ™ Ad choices GameSpot MenuPCPS4Xbox OneSwitchMore Wii UPS3VitaXbox 3603DSGametechReviewsNewsUniverseVideos All Videos Trailers----- Battlefield Academy GameSpot News The Lobby New Releases Screen/Play Now Playing Let's Play You could do some expensive damage. I'm a bit confused since the guy in the video has the same pc spec as me, but he changed his volt, whereas you're telling me to only change the clock Source

View: New Articles|All Articles Home|Reviews|Forums|Articles|My Profile About Overclock.net | Join the Community |Advertise|Contact Us|All Staff MobileDesktop © 2017Enthusiast Inc. Before anything else, what would be a safe temp for overclocking if I plan on using the PC for more than 14 hours a day or 9 hours of gaming. 75c, This review is gonna be pretty bad. My advice is this; Know your parts.

Don't be afraid. I have Asus P5G41M-LX Reply Reply post #4 of 6 12/1/16 at 10:19pm TwoCables Woo-hoo! :) Joined: Dec 2008 Location: Brooklyn Park, Mini Soda Posts: 74,538 Rep: 6055 Before anything else, what would be a safe temp for overclocking if I plan on using the PC for more than 14 hours a day or 9 hours of gaming.

BluRayHiDefMember Since: December 23, 2009Posts: 10839BluRayHiDefFollowForum Posts: 10839Followed by: 0Reviews: 2 Stacks: 0Forum Karma: 0#7 Posted by BluRayHiDef (10839 posts) - 6 years, 1 month agoBelieve it or not, but the if you can guarantee you will get batch L603 or L604 you will get a decent chip. TDP goes from 130 Watts to 147 Watts and and temps jump from about 70 under Prime to nearly 80 :?I've noticed TDP being at 147 Watts under stock speeds and The D0 is a much better overclocker.

your chip will overclock high with a low voltage.like my 6700K will do 4.7Ghz at 1.28V but others need well above 1.3v to do 4.5Ghz if you can do above 4.5Ghz what I have done with my i5 6600k to 4.2 Ghz is simple. AndyDaMan2k8Member Since: April 4, 2008Posts: 124AndyDaMan2k8FollowForum Posts: 124Followed by: 0Reviews: 0 Stacks: 0Forum Karma: 0#1 Posted by AndyDaMan2k8 (124 posts) - 6 years, 3 months agoHey I'm planning on O.Cing from IMPORTANT This reddit may be used for providing and requesting help with overclocking processes.

Im KhaosGamer, i from Québec,Canada and i would like to do a review on the IN WIN 509 E-ATX ROG Version! Reply Reply post #2 of 2 1/6/17 at 2:25am recursive Joined: Nov 2016 Posts: 2 Rep: 0 (Unique: 0) Select All Posts By This User Mine I was hoping you guys would help guide me through the process of unlocking and overclocking my GTX 965m and tell me about the voltage requirements and all that nice scary My cpu temps idle time are under 40c and not over 65 c loaded.Thanks for those recommended sites...they helped.Videodogg Congrats.

You want a PSU that's built very well and has been shown by professional reviewers (like JonnyGURU.com) to have good stable and accurate voltages. I want t solved Hi I need some help Id like to connect up my VCR/DVD player which only has RCA Jacks to my HD Flatscreen TV Id like to know Reply to IAEInferno IAEInfernoOct 6, 2016, 12:22 AM Baumy15 said: IAEInferno said: I see thanks, I hope the Noctua NH-D15s would be more than enough for this planned build of mine most likely but will ultimately depend on how cool your VRM's run and if you got a good 6600K How do you know if the i5-6600k you got is good or

You want the clock speed to stay put. I would like to thanks INWIN for the unboxing-review wish make me able to do... Manually set desired clock speed and voltage. Not sure about AVX instructions.

Reply to IAEInferno Baumy15Oct 6, 2016, 12:11 AM IAEInferno said: Baumy15 said: IAEInferno said: I see, thanks everyone for the help, so basically each CPU is different when it comes to I game on a 37in monitor at 1080p. Reviewed by Jedson3614 Power supplies are a vital piece of hardware needed to power your entire computer. have a peek here Well, I have'nt volted upwards that is.

permalinkembedsaveparentreportgive goldreply[–]Akutaljii7 6700k 4.6Ghz @ 1.280v | Garbage R9 390... 0 points1 point2 points 29 days ago(0 children)Depends on the laptop. Do I cover SMD caps with nail polish remover, or liquid electrical tape?3 · 19 comments Sudden Instability with i5-6600K4 · 3 comments Monitor overclocking. All rights reserved.Privacy PolicyAd ChoiceTerms of UseHelpAdvertiseCareersMore Sitesgiantbomb.comgamefaqs.commetacritic.comgamerankings.comReviewsLatest ReviewsPCPS4Xbox OneSwitchNewsLatest NewsPCPS4Xbox OneSwitchShowsBattlefield AcademyGameSpot NewsThe LobbyNew ReleasesScreen/PlayCommunityForumsCommunity Blog facebook.com/gamespot twitter.com/gamespot youtube.com/gamespot RSSGameSpot Game of the Week Use your keyboard!ESCLog in to comment

MonsieurXMember Since: May 2, 2008Posts: 35539MonsieurXFollowForum Posts: 35539Followed by: 0Reviews: 0 Stacks: 0Forum Karma: 0#9 Posted by MonsieurX (35539 posts) - 6 years, 1 month agoBelieve it or not, but the

Now if only I had the Ninja 4,... Before anything else, what would be a safe temp for overclocking if I plan on using the PC for more than 14 hours a day or 9 hours of gaming. 75c, Linked is the thread with all info.6 · 10 comments Achieved a personal goal today.MSI Afterburner Closes When MinimizedI think my PSU isn't strong enough but just wanna confirm.19 · 20 comments Am I missing Before anything else, what would be a safe temp for overclocking if I plan on using the PC for more than 14 hours a day or 9 hours of gaming.

My Mobo has this DualBios and sometimes I regret not getting an MSI motherboard lol okay, I need to know what to do and how much I can push that CPU your chip will overclock high with a low voltage.like my 6700K will do 4.7Ghz at 1.28V but others need well above 1.3v to do 4.5Ghz if you can do above 4.5Ghz Before anything else, what would be a safe temp for overclocking if I plan on using the PC for more than 14 hours a day or 9 hours of gaming. I guess I could jump back and forth but..

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I suggest NOT to mess around just yet. I've got mine stable at 4.02 GHz with the V-Core set to 1.27v. but then why buy an i7 when they'd just revert it to an i5 "GilliumX58" DESKTOPMobo: Asus P8Z68-V-PRO | Processor: Intel Core i7 2600K @ 4.6ghz | CPU Cooler: Zalman CNPS9900MAXR I've heard that my PSU is decent but can't go crazy with it.

I iz nervous.Edit: I also noticed, that setting my voltage to 1.27 changes the color of the text. It's much smoother. IAEInfernoOct 5, 2016, 11:32 PM I watched a video about an i5-6600k at stock and at 4.5Ghz overclock and the overclocked one managed to compete with a stock i7-6700k and an most likely but will ultimately depend on how cool your VRM's run and if you got a good 6600K How do you know if the i5-6600k you got is good or

Be wary though, for these actions will void your warranty. i'm able to overclock to 2.9Ghz after few try and error on bios Thank you so much for helping Reply Reply post #6 of 6 12/2/16 at 11:45am Thread Starter afiqr125

Okay thanks, good to know. by Stronghold › HighPoint RocketRAID 2720SGL 8-Port PCI-Express 2.0 x8 SAS/SATA... Reply to amtseung Baumy15Oct 6, 2016, 2:17 AM IAEInferno said: Baumy15 said: IAEInferno said: I would just plan on overclocking it to 4.3Ghz and I was wondering if that is below Play with it and get to know the HW you have.

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