Question 10700K 5.2ghz at 1.325v is good?

Rodrigodrt

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sorry i've been luving under a rock with a 4770k, idk what are the figures with these new 10 gen guys, are these v safe for 24/7? managed to run a whole day gaming and all no problem, temps on load hovers around 68c but sometimes a peak of 75c for a split second can be noticed when messing with voxels, i'd say its fine if comparing with 4th gen but, idk.

cinebench r20 reports about 85 for the duration, expected that, not like im running cinebench 24/7, this is probably going to be a long term cpu so.. ii dont wanna strain it with too much Vcore.

inputs?
 

CompuTronix

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Rodrigodrt,

Nice overclock!

What is your ambient temperature? (The International Standard for "normal" room temperature is 22°C or 72°F.)

Throttle temperature for the 10700K and 4770K are both 100°C.

Here's the nominal operating range for Core temperature:

Core temperatures above 85°C are not recommended.

Core temperatures below 80°C are ideal.



Here's the Maximum Recommended Vcore per Microarchitecture from 14 to 65 nanometers since 2006:



Your Core voltage at 1.325 is well within the maximum recommended value of 1.4 for 14 nanometer processors. However, without knowing your ambient temperature, 85°C for CineBench R20 is borderline. (When running CineBench R20, it's best if you click on File > Preferences > Minimum Test Duration, then set it for 600 seconds, which is 10 minutes.) But as you said, it's not like you'll be running CineBench R20 on a 24/7 basis.

You should be fine.

Enjoy!

CT :sol:
 

Rodrigodrt

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Rodrigodrt,

Nice overclock!

What is your ambient temperature? (The International Standard for "normal" room temperature is 22°C or 72°F.)

Throttle temperature for the 10700K and 4770K are both 100°C.

Here's the nominal operating range for Core temperature:

Core temperatures above 85°C are not recommended.

Core temperatures below 80°C are ideal.



Here's the Maximum Recommended Vcore per Microarchitecture from 14 to 65 nanometers since 2006:



Your Core voltage at 1.325 is well within the maximum recommended value of 1.4 for 14 nanometer processors. However, without knowing your ambient temperature, 85°C for CineBench R20 is borderline. (When running CineBench R20, it's best if you click on File > Preferences > Minimum Test Duration, then set it for 600 seconds, which is 10 minutes.) But as you said, it's not like you'll be running CineBench R20 on a 24/7 basis.

You should be fine.

Enjoy!

CT :sol:
thanks and ambient is 38C!
 

CompuTronix

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34°C is 93.2°F which is still way above normal. So even if you only made one multicore run of CineBench R20 during such a very high ambient room temperature, then your Core temperatures are indeed excellent. What cooler are you using?
 

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