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    Default results/finding with i52500

    hey guys im runnig

    non-k i5 2500 overclocked it to x40
    p67a-udp3-b3

    i havent adjusted any voltages but my pc boots up fine and when runnig inteliburn with real temps, highest temp it runs too is 88-91, is this too high.

    Do i need to adjust voltages for a stable system, the test completes and sais that everything is ok, just dont want to fry anything, forgive me i am only new to this

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    Default Re: results/finding with i52500

    ok so i have reset everything back to stock and do as it suggests and slowly increase the system till i start to hit temperatures of apprx 80 as it stands now at a stock system the max stress the cpu gets to is 72 or so

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    Default Re: results/finding with i52500

    Set CPU voltage to 1.2V at 4.0Ghz, then optimise. 1.15 should be fine when running non-K, maximum ratio is 38x (3.8Ghz) or set Clock to 105.2Mhz for 4.0Ghz.

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    Default Re: results/finding with i52500

    Quote Originally Posted by yuu View Post
    Set CPU voltage to 1.2V at 4.0Ghz, then optimise. 1.15 should be fine when running non-K, maximum ratio is 38x (3.8Ghz) or set Clock to 105.2Mhz for 4.0Ghz.
    What do u mean optimize? And 1.15?

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    Default Re: results/finding with i52500

    try 1.2V first, then lower to 1.15 and if it is unstable try 1.175 and so on.

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