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Created On: 08/30/2011 11:45 AM
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 08/30/2011 11:45 AM
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lanryna
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Hello. I have a question. I have x4 Phenom II processor unlocked it.

it now so I cranked up the voltage to 1.56V 4.25Mhz only for the stability test. The test was successful. Now the question that I can damage the processor Vcore? test lasted 20 min OCCT program.
The temperature in the stress is 50 * C air-cooling Mugen 2 rev.B


I'm sorry but I hardly speak English and are probably errors

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 08/30/2011 01:20 PM
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Welcome to the forum!

Heat is what kills components, not voltage, although you can ultimately fry a VRM.

Phenom CPU's can take up to 1.60v, but I wouldn't do so for extended periods of time.

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 09/02/2011 07:07 AM
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Hello again I have another question yesterday I beat his record with the processor in the main role I set it to 4403MHz with 1.6 Vcore I have not tested it yet OCCT program because it seems to me that he will be too hot I wait for chilly nights platform and then test the attitude behind the window of peace in the cold air. I do not have housing that facilitates air flow to all components. If I t?peratury under stress the processor 35 * C during the stress at 4300 MHz settings I have anything to worry about?? Do not want to damage it. He wants only to set it at the time benchamark tests and return to the level of 4000MHz. A and I wonder if the dry ice cooling with him I can get to 5000MHz?? theoretically, of course,
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