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Hey guys.

I'm just wondering, as i have both C1E and EIST enabled, could these features be limiting my selectable minimum vcore to 1.325v?

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Hey guys.

I'm just wondering, as i have both C1E and EIST enabled, could these features be limiting my selectable minimum vcore to 1.325v?

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Well you have to disable them anyway if you are going to overclock. And if 1.325 is the minimum just clock it up to 3.2-3.3Ghz
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I have both features enabled and I can set the Vc as high as it can go. Currently running 350x6 and 350x9.
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I have both features enabled and I can set the Vc as high as it can go. Currently running 350x6 and 350x9.

I am trying to set it lower. I can go set it as high as 1.725 altho that would fry the chip obviously.


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Well you have to disable them anyway if you are going to overclock. And if 1.325 is the minimum just clock it up to 3.2-3.3Ghz
Why do i HAVE, to disable C1E ans EIST? as far as i can see they are good features.

Altho, i do fully intend to clock it as high as i can once i get some better ram.
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going lower isn't something that I'd ever do. Over and under it's always bad, it's best to be "at" the right voltage.
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I am trying to set it lower. I can go set it as high as 1.725 altho that would fry the chip obviously.




Why do i HAVE, to disable C1E ans EIST? as far as i can see they are good features.

Altho, i do fully intend to clock it as high as i can once i get some better ram.
those both automatically adjust voltage and clock rate, so it would screw up your OC
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Not true, I can run my Q6600 @ 9x375 with those enabled. It runs fine albeit it hot I normally use 9x333 with all the ps options enabled and it has been 2x orthos stable for >6 hours (I got tired of running it and stopped it).
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