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ok titles says it all currently im at 4.6Ghz 1.34-1.35vcore now is there a way for me to have a lower vcore without BSOD is there some special setting
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ok titles says it all currently im at 4.6Ghz 1.34-1.35vcore now is there a way for me to have a lower vcore without BSOD is there some special setting
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Well aside from from lowering CPU pll a bit to help with temps, if you need 1.35 for 4.6 you need 1.35 for 4.6. That seems like the norm for that speed.



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ok titles says it all currently im at 4.6Ghz 1.34-1.35vcore now is there a way for me to have a lower vcore without BSOD is there some special setting
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The vcore is the only setting to adjust the vcore. There is no 'special' setting for adjustment. It's trial and error for each chip. Keep in mind that you may be able to lower your vcore and enter windows without the chip being completely stable.
Testing through software like Prime95 of Intelburn will help you understand if your cpu is completely stable with any given frequency and voltage.
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