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    Question about 7/24 rem overclock.

    If xmp auto-opens, IO / and sa / voltClick image for larger version. 

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    You don't want to be straying too far from 1.35v as an imposed limit on VCCIO and SA for daily use.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Silent Scone View Post
    You don't want to be straying too far from 1.35v as an imposed limit on VCCIO and SA for daily use.
    Can we be stable? I / O and s / a volts 1.4 continuous. xmp activates itself. it will not be stable. do these settings cause system corruption?Click image for larger version. 

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    For that frequency, some CPU likely need that much voltage. Although you may be able to get the system stable with less. 1-2000% coverage is enough, call it stable and use the system. After a few days, perhaps attempt to lower the voltages and retest. At those frequencies, you might be losing some performance anyway due to the sub timings.

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    "Safe" parameters are Intel's rated specs, technically speaking, anything else is overspec (overclock) and "unsafe" if your focus is rated reliability/longevity.

    But you should be able to "safely" exceed 1.35V on an APEX (with good PSU and cooling). I'm always reluctant to increment voltages unless doing so increases stability without turning my machines into furnaces, I get kinda timid and throttle clocks back down at >1.37V haha (I want my stuff to be reliable and to last a while, I don't care as much about pushing unsustainable high scores).

    Overlocked settings which are "safe" and work perfectly today might fail tomorrow (or next year, or never), it's the nature of the beast.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Silent Scone View Post
    For that frequency, some CPU likely need that much voltage. Although you may be able to get the system stable with less. 1-2000% coverage is enough, call it stable and use the system. After a few days, perhaps attempt to lower the voltages and retest. At those frequencies, you might be losing some performance anyway due to the sub timings.
    Thanks for the answers. you think performance is slow at these speeds. I understand. That's all I can do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Korth View Post
    "Safe" parameters are Intel's rated specs, technically speaking, anything else is overspec (overclock) and "unsafe" if your focus is rated reliability/longevity.

    But you should be able to "safely" exceed 1.35V on an APEX (with good PSU and cooling). I'm always reluctant to increment voltages unless doing so increases stability without turning my machines into furnaces, I get kinda timid and throttle clocks back down at >1.37V haha (I want my stuff to be reliable and to last a while, I don't care as much about pushing unsustainable high scores).

    Overlocked settings which are "safe" and work perfectly today might fail tomorrow (or next year, or never), it's the nature of the beast.
    I know just to give the right to pieces by pushing the boundaries. . unfortunately we do not use any hardware until we lose it quickly. due to renewed systems every year. The safe setting for me not to fire in 2-3 days ...

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    There is a balance between CPU frequency and ram frequency. How high is the maximum MHz ram speed with the CPU with 5.2GHz speed?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kaptanedi View Post
    Thanks for the answers. you think performance is slow at these speeds. I understand. That's all I can do.
    Well, you could go back to 3800-4000 and tighten down if you wanted to reduce the System Agent voltage needed, it's up to you. Nobody can give you a definite answer on how safe 1.4v is on those rails.

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