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I ran aida64 for 5hours and 30min, max temp 82 celcius safe on air? I have vcore of 1.43, is it stable and is it a safe overclock? Im kinda new to overclocking.

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3 minutes ago, Zerkan said:

I ran aida64 for 5hours and 30min, max temp 82 celcius safe on air? I have vcore of 1.43, is it stable and is it a safe overclock? Im kinda new to overclocking.

Should be fine. Pretty impressive overclock. (Edit: Though 1.43v is on the higher sides if you are planning on keeping it 24/7 and not just fooling around testing what the chip can do.)

What score do you get in Cinebench?

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Thanks for the answers in Cinebench I get a score of 850cb, 1.43v is kinda high mby I can try to get it down cuz im planning on keeping it at 24/7, gonna look into some overclocking tutorials and more etc, before i tried playing around with voltage I just used auto on most settings but that was with a lower clock.

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I kind of don't really trust AIDA myself, I usually use Intel Burn Test. lol

 

1.42v for 4.8 GHz is quite nice. I have a 2700K at 4.9 GHz at 1.45v

 

Funnily enough, your cinebench score is higher than mine

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haha lol, oh okay I will give Intel burn test a try! :)

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Just now, Zerkan said:

haha lol, oh okay I will give Intel burn test a try! :)

Run it at maximum, but do note, it does make the CPU get very hot. Also if you are stable and have no crashing with AIDA64, then you should be fine.

 

I kind of use my system to render so I just got the overkill route with Intel Burn Test.

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2 minutes ago, Zerkan said:

@scottyseng whats your stress settings in Intel burn test?

I usually run 10 passes at maximum, but you generally will find unstable OCs within the first 2 passes. I find 5 is more than enough.

 

There's a charge up period where it starts eating your RAM, then when the actual run starts, your CPU will run hot.

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Yeah I can tell, How long will it take? I have 24gb ram, lol one core hit 95 celcius.. almost thermal throttling are u on water cooling or air?

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40 minutes ago, Zerkan said:

I ran aida64 for 5hours and 30min, max temp 82 celcius safe on air? I have vcore of 1.43, is it stable and is it a safe overclock? Im kinda new to overclocking.

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i ran 4.8 1.42 for years, the mobo did give out after 2-3 years (could no longer oc on it), not sure if related though, cpu still ran 4.7 in another mobo. I would at least use an offset

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37 minutes ago, Zerkan said:

Yeah I can tell, How long will it take? I have 24gb ram, lol one core hit 95 celcius.. almost thermal throttling are u on water cooling or air?

Yeah, I have a corsair H105 with delta fans. haha. The more RAM you have, the longer it takes. I think it was 21 minutes for 32GB for RAM for me per pass.

 

Those temps seem about right for Intel Burn Test. lol.

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