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#1 DnaAngel

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Posted 31 January 2013 - 11:49 PM

Been working on a project build for a co-worker. Decided to go with the i5 3570k on this one. So far I'm sitting comfortable at 4.5ghz @ 1.23v and max load temps are barely touching 63c via 3Dmark11, P95 and AIDA64. 63c max after 5 hours on only 1.23v seems like I got some headroom left? is this good/bad so far for this chip?

 

How long of a lifespan will she see if I leave it at 1.23v on a 24/7 OC via Fixed voltage. She wont be turning PC off, just random reboots here and there. Cooler is a Xigamatek Dark Knight II Night Hawk Edition  (Cooler is amazing, only 2 degrees off from my H100)

 

Here are the specs: (some ppl might want to know)

 

Cooler Master HAF 932 Advanced

Asus Maximus V Formula

Intel Core i5 3570k

Xigmatek Dark Knight II

G.Skill 4x4GB 2133

ASUS DCUII GTX 660Ti TOP

Rosewill Capstone 80+ Gold 650 Watt

Intel 520 Series SSD 120Gb

Western Digital Black 1TB 7200 RPM SATA6G

Logitech G510

Logitech G600


Edited by DnaAngel, 31 January 2013 - 11:53 PM.

Cooler Master HAF X ( Modded) *Side Panel Intake Piping to Direct CPU Cooler, Additional HP Push/Pull 230mm Fans, Additional Route Piping with all fans at +120%RPM*~ ASUS Maximus V Formula ROG~ Intel Core I7 3770K @ 4.62Ghz 24/7 on Air 43c idle 72c load (De-lided w/AC5)~ Xigmatek Dark Knight II Hawk Edition w/AC5~ASUS Xonar Phoebus With Logitech z5500 Series THX Cert. 500Watt 5.1 Speakers ~ Corsair Force Series GS CSSD-F480GBGS-BK 480GB SSD~1TB Western Digital Caviar Black 7200RPM ~x2 MSi Lightning GTX 680 SLi (both Gpu's TIM replaced with AC5) @ 1327Mhz Boost ~16GB Corsair Vengeance Red 1600mhz~CORSAIR Professional Series Ax1200 ~ NZXT Sentry Dual Bay LCD Fan Controller ~ R.A.T. 7 MMO ~ Razer Black Widow Ultimate w/Cherry Blues ~ 3x ASUS VK278Q 27" LED Monitors ~ XTRAC Ripper Hard Top Gaming Pad


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Posted 04 February 2013 - 05:49 PM

You should be good. So long as the voltage is well below manufacture specification and the heat is kept very low you shouldnt have an issue getting a good time span out of the chip. You can never tell or put a number on longivity but i would run speed step and c states so you can get the throttle down features and allow tue chip to sleep. This.woild help its.life.span.

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Posted 07 February 2013 - 03:19 AM

Those are good numbers, and nothing outrageous at all. Overclocking to 4.5Ghz with 1.23V won't hurt the lifetime of chip at all.


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