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Vcore Too LOW????

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I'm running an e4400 with an EVGA 650i mobo at 2800 with a vcore 1.2188. It is stable on orthos small FFT test for 20 min, (average temp of about 48c) so I am going to lower vcore yet again and raise fsb about 10-15.

Is it ok to have a vcore this low, if everything is stable?
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post #2 of 6
if its stable its fine =p
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So, i should keep lowering vcore and raising fsb, until unstableness?
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post #4 of 6
That wouldnt hurt at all.
And if you feel you could get an even better overclock then give it a shot!
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post #5 of 6
Generally raising the vcore would give you more stability, but also increaes the temperature.
post #6 of 6
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I should be running Orthos small FFT test for about 20 min between fsb raises, right?
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