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Huge vCore Jump e6420

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Anybody else with the e6420 have the problem where after you reach about 3.2Ghz, you require about .1 more voltage to bring it up even 200 mhz more?

Just curious
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Happens to each chip.

for instance. I can run stablely 3,5Ghz with 1.35v. But 1.4125v is needed for 3.6Ghz


Its like a bellcurve
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Yeah i have noticed this starting to happen on my e6320, at around the 420fsb(2.94GHz) mark, so i just leave it at that as it's probably not worth trying to get it loads higher and damaging the CPU
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