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Why? im so afraid the fan is gonna fall off... the mounting is pathetic
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1.35v is fine. You shouldnt really have heat issues at that setting. Quick and dirty to 4ghz is:

1.35vCore
1.65vTT (ram volts)
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200 bus (190 for 3.8ghz)
2:8 Ram (2:6 if you think its your ram giving you issues, just to isolate)
3200mhz Uncore or 3400 Uncore. (16 or 17 multiplier)

This is a REALLY quick and dirty 4ghz clock. Alot of other things can bugger this, and its definitely not optimal for heat or power consumption. BUT! 95% of the people with aftermarket cooling do hit 3.8 to 4ghz with this method.
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1.35v is fine. You shouldnt really have heat issues at that setting. Quick and dirty to 4ghz is:

1.35vCore
1.65vTT (ram volts)
Turbo Off
200 bus (190 for 3.8ghz)
2:8 Ram (2:6 if you think its your ram giving you issues, just to isolate)
3200mhz Uncore or 3400 Uncore. (16 or 17 multiplier)

This is a REALLY quick and dirty 4ghz clock. Alot of other things can bugger this, and its definitely not optimal for heat or power consumption. BUT! 95% of the people with aftermarket cooling do hit 3.8 to 4ghz with this method.

Thanks, once i get my computer back up and running and maybe a traded card (lol well see if anyone bites) ill be trying that, then refine it, but i also need this i7 to last 2 or so years... because honestly i aint buying a new core until intel uses like 128 bit haha... or some sort of 20 core monstrosity (screw the i9... thats a sad excuse for a prom night dumpster baby)
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