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    80 degrees is that 80c or 80f? if 80c thats way to hot if it on the core you should not go above 62c.
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    The 80 degrees only occurred in a few Prime95 benches when I was changes voltages for testing. Most of the time it was around 63-65 degrees in those tests.

    I started using RealBench, specifically the encoding bench, as that seems to be the only part that will fail if I have an unstable overclock.

    I had to somewhat start over and started with this guide.

    I tried to match those settings as best I could since they are slightly different for the Crosshair V Formula.

    I essentially go up to 4.72GHz stable with 1.48v. Anything passed that just seems to have problems.

    What (exact) settings from that post should I try to achieve 4.8GHz and above? I've been trying numerous ways without success. A better question is what values should I never go past for CPU voltage, NB voltage, CPU/NB Voltage?

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