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Nope that is how it is in the Bios i'm gonna double check just to make sure thumb.gif

Okay, just to make it clear, there is a difference between NB and CPU/NB, (like NB is usually like 1.2? if I recall and is the one people leave at stock, CPU/NB is the on cpu voltage that also controls the IMC voltage feed.) On my sabertooth it shows the bigger voltage NB at the very bottom, the top one near cpu voltage is CPU/NB.

Note: I really can't remember the stock NB voltage, I just know most don't fuss with that one, and they fuss with the on proc one.

Edit: I see your edit, but 1.1 would be a bit low for a stock NB I think (since I could have sworn stock NB was 1.20 and 1.10 was CPU/NB, could you use asus ai tools and run turbo-v and see what it says there? ;p

You may have been right after all, dug up a screenshot and I think I was mixing it up with nb/ht stock v.
So you were NB 1.10, NB/HT 1.18 and CPU/NB 1.24? NB/HT is the one that seems low then. ;p
Edited by endevite - 11/26/12 at 4:22am
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Okay, just to make it clear, there is a difference between NB and CPU/NB, (like NB is usually like 1.2? if I recall and is the one people leave at stock, CPU/NB is the on cpu voltage that also controls the IMC voltage feed.) On my sabertooth it shows the bigger voltage NB at the very bottom, the top one near cpu voltage is CPU/NB.
Note: I really can't remember the stock NB voltage, I just know most don't fuss with that one, and they fuss with the on proc one.
Edit: I see your edit, but 1.1 would be a bit low for a stock NB I think (since I could have sworn stock NB was 1.20 and 1.10 was CPU/NB, could you use asus ai tools and run turbo-v and see what it says there? ;p
You may have been right after all, dug up a screenshot and I think I was mixing it up with nb/ht stock v.
So you were NB 1.10, NB/HT 1.18 and CPU/NB 1.24? NB/HT is the one that seems low then. ;p

Correct. I also just installed Ai suite just to triple check and that's what it says there too!
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Added data. 1.152v for 3500mhz, stable with 20+ runs
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Quick question: is the maximum temp reached supposed to be core temp or socket temp? I'm assuming Core temp.
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Quick question: is the maximum temp reached supposed to be core temp or socket temp? I'm assuming Core temp.

Correct, core temp of 62. Most follow a socket temp of 70 also
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My data added, nothing big, just what my current cooling can handle on stock volts :-)

And reporting a bug in the questionnaire: Cinebench Mulit-Core Score
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lol fixed!!! and yes its core temp, ill clarify
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on another note I will be starting fresh again as I received my case (650D) and water cooling parts (raystorm / RS240 / 755) and installed them last night! first ever custom water loop tongue.gif im psyched to see how it preforms tonight when i start to bench and OC it again.

I also took note that my batch was 1236 once i had the old H60 off. after looking for other 1236 chips, i noticed the stock voltages are all over the place so it doesn't look like lot numbers have much to do with stock voltage as i thought they would..... which mind end up meaning that lot numbers may not have a direct coloration with OC ability.
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on another note I will be starting fresh again as I received my case (650D) and water cooling parts (raystorm / RS240 / 755) and installed them last night! first ever custom water loop tongue.gif im psyched to see how it preforms tonight when i start to bench and OC it again.
I also took note that my batch was 1236 once i had the old H60 off. after looking for other 1236 chips, i noticed the stock voltages are all over the place so it doesn't look like lot numbers have much to do with stock voltage as i thought they would..... which mind end up meaning that lot numbers may not have a direct coloration with OC ability.

I specified in my listing. There is a huge difference between stock voltage with Turbo on/off. Most people post stock with Turbo Disabled, so that's how mine is listed.

There's probably such a large gap, due to people listing stock VIDs with Turbo on. (mine with turbo is 1.38, without turbo is 1.332)
Maybe we should be posting both.
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