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The processor details:


Intel Core i7 5820K (Watercooled)









5011 MHz: http://valid.x86.fr/mbu2dv

5075MHz: http://valid.canardpc.com/ijt1gk

5100MHz: http://valid.canardpc.com/xqyfz4

5150MHz: http://valid.canardpc.com/y0x16i


Edit 17-03-2015:

All tested with 3 runs Cinebench R15 and XTU (successful runs)


4000MHz 1.04V

4500MHz 1.22V (1 run needs 1.2v)

4600MHz 1.28V

4700MHz 1.37V

4500MHz Core 1 needs 1.17v

Edited by Sparks.nl
More info about the processor voltages
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Yea 2.1 is totally fine. My max for air/water is 2,3.


On my 5930k, I am stable at:


4.5 @ 1.32v

4.6 @ 1.38v


I am running 1.95v input voltage. If i move towards 2.1 or higher will that help me use less core voltage?


I would like to see if I can get 4.6GHz at closer to 1.35v. And, I would like to see if I can bench 4.8GHz at 1.45v (currently takes around 1.48v).


Thanks for the advice.

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  • 4 weeks later...

Batch L443B777 5820k


5060-5080 xtu 1.44v 5ghz+ uncore(1.35v) 2800 tight mem


score is 5040 but i have got it higher with 1.44v.

5400 hwbot prime 1.44v 5100+ uncore (1.35v) 2800 tight mem


Done with weak single stage.

Scale with cold and voltage. i cap the voltage to 1.44v before i do cascade runs.

cores and imc is very strong best haswell cpu i tested yet.

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