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    Yes auto overclocking software will alway set high Vcore volts, Manual overclock in bios better, leave cache voltage and frequency on auto, if 1.156v gives BSOD try raising it 0.01v each step, eventually you will become stable, but like i said it taks a lot of time, if you know it works on auto overclock @ 1.2v for 4GHz then you could work the vcore down from there until you get BSOD so try 1.195 then keep trying lower by 0.01v
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    http://s12.postimg.org/x20n2ubil/screenshot_6.png - i passed the stress test.
    But 76 temperature i think is so much .. :-??

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    Well that going good, now try get lower vcore volts like i said, which will bring the temps down but max 76 on bench is ok, gaming or general usage is going to be quite a bit lower... dont forget when your benchmarking the cpu is maxed out, gaming or general usage is not going to stress cpu as much
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    I founded the stable Vcore. (1.185v).
    http://s10.postimg.org/52t7j7b2x/4_0_1_185_bench.png
    http://s10.postimg.org/41syu2u3d/4_0_1_185_stress.png
    Temperatures it's good ?

    But my question is , why at 4.0GHz I need 1.185V core? It's no so much?

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    Each CPU will be different some will do 4GHz @ 1.1v others will need more voltage,


    What is the silicon lottery?

    When it comes to overclocking processors, every CPU is different. Imperfections during fabrication cause each CPU to have different limits in terms of clock speed. Our processors have been binned according to their overclocking capabilities, so you are able to purchase a sample that meets your needs.

    Each processor has passed an hour of the RealBench stress test at the suggested settings. To keep things simple, we only change two voltages during testing. Depending on your setup, you may need a little more or less voltage.

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    I got mine at 4.4GHZ now @1.211v passed realbench 15min stress test, just benchmarking now temps peaked at 72 so far, I will upload results soon
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