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Old November 9, 2012, 07:24 PM
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You clearly haven't don't enough research. Instead of listening to "theories" with no explanation behind them, you should go to the intel site and read the data/spec sheets, you will find more then your looking for. There is really is no "safe" voltage.

Degradation? No body knows, if you that worry about it just keep it under what your mother board suggest. Any decent P77 will have a warning/red voltage when you go over 1.4v. Or keep it stock and run it for the next 20 years.

Voltage numbers, temperature, overclocked speeds, they should be extremely easy to find. Because we are so limited to on choosing a Intel CPU nowadays.
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