Guys, I would have thought that the new architecture would have lowered the safe voltage levels but it seems most people are still pushing the same voltages as Ivy and Sandy, so what is regarded as safe? What do you think will cause degradation? I noticed that vcore at all stock, only with ram set to 2400c9 XMP, raises vcore to 1.243v so this makes me think that maybe 1.30v isnt a big deal.
With adaptive voltages working so well, does that make higher voltages slightly more safe since the cpu will spend most of its life down clocked and down volted?
Any input would be great.