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Hmmm your's is what I would expect to see, but the OP is showing nearly a .3v swing in VID? That doesn't really make sense, a .05v makes more sense right? As VID shouldn't really change, should be set for the processor, like what Duckie was describing.
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Hmmm your's is what I would expect to see, but the OP is showing nearly a .3v swing in VID? That doesn't really make sense, a .05v makes more sense right? As VID shouldn't really change, should be set for the processor, like what Duckie was describing.


Here's a full shot. Is there something not right?



And so when I'm overclocking, should I be looking at the vcore or VID?
    
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When you are overclocking you are concerned with CPU VCORE, VID should be a static number assigned to your processor.
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When you are overclocking you are concerned with CPU VCORE, VID should be a static number assigned to your processor.
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