A good voltage for my OC. I'm @ 1.408 ?

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  1. Hammie

    Hammie Master Guru

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    So far no crashing for days. Play UT4 every night it takes up 13 percent of my CPU lol.

    I used to use vcore offset and would get 1.456v yikes.. for a 4.6Ghz OC

    Now I'm using XMP and have it at 4500Mhz @ 1.408v manually set, NOT OFFSET.

    Can I go any lower and maintain my OC with crahing ? Thank you plenty :nerd:
     
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    And I did run stability test it was ok. Just wondering if I can take down that voltage any and remain stable. Thanks again.
     
  3. Undying

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    Only way to find out is doing some testing. Lower the voltage, check for instability until you crash.
     
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    rflair Don Commisso Staff Member

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    What stability tests have you run?
     

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