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    All right good to hear you got it figured out.

    I will suggest to use realbench for stress testing. Real temp does not put any kind of load on your cpu.

    http://rog.asus.com/rog-pro/realbench-v2-leaderboard/

    Open up realbench and real temp.

    On realbench click on stress test, turn it white and select how many GB of ram you have, the 15minute test is fine. Click start and monitor your temps with real temp. If the temp goes over 90c stop the test immediately.

    All you really need to change is the cpu core ratio and the cpu core voltage. The higher you go with your overclock the more voltage you will need to sustain stability. Increasing the voltage will increase your temps and temperature controls how far you can overclock your cpu.

    I like to go by gaming temps and when gaming you don't want to see any higher than 70c - 75c although the lower the better. You can also download rog cpu-z to monitor the core voltage to see how far it's over volting compared to what you set in the bios. if it's over volting alot you can use offset to combat this.

    http://www.softpedia.com/get/System/...PU-Z-ROG.shtml

    For the longevity of your cpu try and stay at 1.40v or below but as you can see I'm at 1.45v.

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