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When checking hwmonitor, my overclock i7 6700k at 4.7GHz at 1.7v maxes out at about 90c for the package temp. The cores temps are 87c, 90c, 82c, and 89c. he case is a core p3 case and the cpu cooler is in push pull h100i GTX. How are the temps for my case? Thanks for the help!!!!

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too high for me, try to keep it below 80c, 80c is max you should go.

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I really hope 1.7v is a typo and was meant to be 1.4v....

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1 minute ago, legacy99 said:

I really hope 1.7v is a typo and was meant to be 1.4v....

 

1 minute ago, Deli said:

1.7V ???

 

Yeah, thanks for pointing that out for me. It was supposed to say 1.47v

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Yeah, thanks for pointing that out for me. It was supposed to say 1.47v

thats crazy volts... dial that back.. for 24/7 I wouldnt recommend higher than 1.4v. I have my 6700k at 4.6ghz at 1.33v and shes rock steady stable. 

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1 minute ago, legacy99 said:

thats crazy volts... dial that back.. for 24/7 I wouldnt recommend higher than 1.4v. I have my 6700k at 4.6ghz at 1.33v and shes rock steady stable. 

 

I know what you mean, but just to be technical. I'm not using it 24/7. I read a while back the ok range for voltage from intel or another forum and it said something about 1.45 or 1.47v being ok. But what I also want to know is if that max temp from the picture is ok. I even tried 4.8GHz but that required the voltage to go higher as with this voltage at 4.8GHz it would bluescreen. Also, you must have a really good chip to do 4.6GHz at 1.33v!

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1 minute ago, Xtreme Gamer said:

 

I know what you mean, but just to be technical. I'm not using it 24/7. I read a while back the ok range for voltage from intel or another forum and it said something about 1.45 or 1.47v being ok. But what I also want to know is if that max temp from the picture is ok. I even tried 4.8GHz but that required the voltage to go higher as with this voltage at 4.8GHz it would bluescreen. Also, you must have a really good chip to do 4.6GHz at 1.33v!

I wouldnt run it at those temps and volts personally, even for benchmarking. I can get my chip to 4.7ghz at 1.4v but I feel my temps get a bit out of check at that even with a beefy air cooler like the Cryorig R1 Ultimate, so I dialed in my voltage at 4.6ghz for 24/7 running and am happy. Here is a chart that will help you out from tweaktown.

 

http://www.tweaktown.com/guides/7481/tweaktowns-ultimate-intel-skylake-overclocking-guide/index5.html

 

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