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Originally Posted by unclewebb View Post
RealTemp and ThrottleStop report VID voltage which is basically how much voltage the CPU is requesting. CPU-Z and CPUID show actual core voltage. A little bit of voltage drop between requested voltage and actual voltage is part of the Intel design.
Ok, i got the "requesting" part. So let's say, VID is indicating 1.40v meaning it's requesting that amount of voltage for that specific clock, but what if im feeding it lower than what is requested, what will happen?

Last night i was playing around 4.7ghz with the vcore of 1.32v and stress testing it using IBT for 10 runs under maximum settings, and it passed. I tried prime95 on blend for 30mins and that's when i noticed the VID on the real temp saying 1.40v so i stopped the test, thinking i might feeding it with that voltage.

So, is there anything wrong if im not giving what VID is requesting? But then, i can pass some tests but not quite sure if im fully stable with that low vcore for 4.7ghz.

Hey, thanks for answering my question btw
Edited by Indulgence - 10/30/11 at 7:19am
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