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post #11 of 18
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There is no need to disable turbo boost, or the power saving C states.
I was under the impression that C states would cause a bsod during idle times?

For turbo boost, surely upping it to 4.0 would be redundant? For now I don't want to go higher.

Lastly, is there any way to get cpuz to correctly report the core voltage?


Thanks.
post #12 of 18
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Ok, now I'm even more confused.

After running at 4.0 Ghz the whole day, I booted into bios, only to see that cpu voltage was at 1.35, even though I'd set it to 1.25!

How is this possible, I was under the impression that if I manually set it to 1.25, that is where it would stay.
post #13 of 18
what level do you have LLC set to ? And no C states will not cause BSOD on idle.
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LLC was set to disabled.
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hmmmm 1.35 is very high for 4.0...I wonder why it keeps increasing your voltage like that. Might wanna ask around, i used to have the ud7 and although it had many problems i dont remember that being one of them.

EDIT: Actually i guess for the ud7 it is ok to disable EIST and C states, according to this guide http://www.overclock.net/intel-gener...uide-p67a.html , apparently the voltage jump just means your SVID is working properly.
Edited by sockpirate - 6/28/11 at 8:20am
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post #16 of 18
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Yeah - that guide is where I read about disabling, and my understanding was that if it was for stability.

I hadn't properly read the bit about SVID though, what the guide shows is more or less in line with what I see in my bios.

Excuse my ignorance, but how exactly does SVID work? I was under the impression that I could run 4.0-4.3 with stock voltages.

Thanks for all the help!

Edit: Ok, after some googling, I've found that VID is the "stock" voltage manufactured into the chip, which would mean the chip was running at 1.25 as I'd set it, and the 1.35v I saw was a normal VID reading.
Edited by SafeKlok - 6/28/11 at 9:29am
post #17 of 18
Exactly

Although , also remember that all chips are not gonna run at certain voltages, they are all different, although SB there isn't much variation in average chips. Again, when an average chip is compared to a "golden" chip they require a lot less voltages for higher clocks, i have never been so lucky!
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what level do you have LLC set to ? And no C states will not cause BSOD on idle.
People on offset voltages~ are having an Idle bug that requires C3/C6 to be disabled to fix. If you're on manual voltage, you are unaffected.
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