Originally Posted by JCPUser
Great info! +Rep
However, I do have a question. The way you word option 1 it makes it seem that if you change the clocks (or the voltage) with precision X then there will be some undesired behavior. Can you explain what this is?
Put more plainly, are you saying that the original NaennonBIOS only good if you want to run 1202MHz @ 1.212V and adjustment away from those settings using software is impossible/unadvised?
Option 1 has P0 (active) voltage already set to max 1.21v, and you cant change the voltage down with precision X, only up. You can use precision X to change mhz/mem, so only issue is your voltage options are limited since precision want adjust v down. But no problem with using precision X to adjust mhz/mem.
Naennon Bios original 121gb115 will act just like my first option, since he has volts maxed on that one as well. But he has made others I am sure, even alluded to one with 1.187v...but he may not have posted...was just referring to his original that everyone edits from.
Just if you want to adjust voltage, at least in range from 1.187 and up, then need second option. If you want lower volts for lower max boost, then would need to lower P0 volts more in bios...there are plenty available at sk3tch link.