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Originally Posted by SMK View Post
Vccio and vccsa are two different voltages. Higher than 0.95v on vccsa (system agent) and the risk of damage is high. Vccio (qpi/vtt) is what can go up to 1.2, and actually more around 1.25v max. Vccio or vtt, is what affects ram.

Again, two different voltages, only play with vccio, don't touch vccsa.

from a sandy bridge guide on these forums:

"VCCSA: More commonly known as System Agent Voltage. Intels maximum System Agent Voltage (Vccsa) is 0.971v and minimum is 0.879v. Stock is 0.925v. System Agent Voltage should NOT be touched, it is supposed to be a fixed voltage, and it powers many things that the VCC does not power. One of the most important is the Power Control Unit (PCU) which controls internal power allocation of the processor. This voltage is to be generated by a separate VRM than used for SVID"

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My bad chief, you are correct

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Originally Posted by Dapman02 View Post
So my temps are (in a 72-73 degree room)
74 80 83 81

I assume I probably want to avoid going much higher than that
but should thos temps be ok

btw 4.7Ghz is running rock solid right now
still running p95 to check

also, I currently have my load line at 6, could lowering it down to 5 help bring temps down a bit
Yea you don't want your temps much higher than that, those temps are ok.

Dropping the LLC to 5 may cause instability as vdroop will increase (thus lower voltage under load), but test it. You could very well be stable with a lower voltage.