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I'm currently running the custom p95 1792 FFT test before I jump into the 12-24 hour blend test and everything is going great with multiple 15-20 minute tests. I have my PLL set to 1.550 atm and was wondering what would be the min PLL that's ok?

[edit] Turns out the absolute min PLL I need to get into windows is 1.43750. Time to run some more of the 1792 fft tests. Will update with my findings.
Edited by stilllogicz - 10/18/11 at 7:55pm
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Just wondering, does vtt still have to be within 0.5 of the dram?
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I don't think there is much point to dropping PLL below 1.5 to be honest. I dunno about anyone else but beyond that I didn't notice anything more or less stable, and I couldn't drop my vcore down anymore beyond a point.
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