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Is there a voltage tied to the BCLK of X58?

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As the title says, I just want to know whether there is a voltage that directly affects the BCLK of X58. Thanks!
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I don't quite get get what you are asking here. The BCLK will remain what ever you set it to regardless of what the voltages are set to. The BCLK serves as a reference point for the other clock speeds. It does not serve any other function. There is no BCLK voltage.
    
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Pretty much what he said. Im not sure what you're asking. There are a number of voltages that tie into your CPU, but the main one would obviously be your Vcore. Youve also got QPI and PLL voltages though, so without a bit more info Im not sure what to tell you.

http://www.techpowerup.com/forums/showthread.php?t=108526
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It's like how vcore controls the CPU frequency, and how QPI/VTT controls the memory frequecny, I was just wondering if there was a voltage that controls the BCLK, as there seems to be a limit to that clock on most boards regardless of the speed of the components. Make sense?
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