So, all I know is voltage and clock have something to do with each other. Unstable if too low voltage Too high voltage, and too much heat. or higher voltage + lower clock may heat less than that voltage at higher clock.
The reason why im asking is because if I can learn how the power vs speed works, Then i might be able to project some kind of thermal curve to find out where my perfect overclock might be (without 50 burn-ins)
But, as is apparent im sure. I have no idea what im talking about.
If anyone can help me learn more about this; throw me a page, a macro, whathaveyou I will bow before your awesomeness and... Mail you a phantom hand written thank you letter.
Some clarification Rev 1
What im trying to learn: is how much power a cpu is using with measurements (Core Voltage) vs (Clock speed)
-> It would answer the question:
Would a 1.4v core @ 4.0Ghz use as much power as a 1.4v core @ 3.0Ghz?