Hello. I had recently allowed my Ai tuning/tweaker in Bios to automatically overclock my 4790k to 4.6ghz at 1.35 core voltage. I am using a cryorig ultimate for cooling and it stays usually well under 60c when gaming.
It was extremely stable and cool, but reading online about safe voltages of 1.3 and under for haswell made me weary, and have since backed it down to 1.25 v at 4.4ghz(default, I believe).
My question is, giving it was running so cool at 45-60c on average, would the 1.35 voltages truly limit my cpu lifespan down to 3-4 years? I have seen some people say yes, and some say no if your cooler is adequate.
Thank you for your input!