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CPU Termination Volatge

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Sorry I'm kind of a semi noob when it comes to altering voltages, I understand most of them but does anyone know what CPU Termination Volatge is? I think its also called Vtt Voltage, Is it safe to increase it and buy how much? and are they any programs that read it from windows?

I dont know what its doing but it really helps, normaly i need around 1.5v(vcore) to stablize 3ghz but if i raise the Cpu termination voltage 0.06+ i only need 1.35v

I tried looking it up myself but there doesn't seem to be very much information on this.

Thanks.
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I think I read somewhere that the Vtt is the FSB voltage. Not sure what that means, but apparently it helps a tiny bit when raising your FSB. While I haven't heard of anybody causing damage to their CPU by increasing this voltage, it is always best to not increase it too much if at all.
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