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post #21 of 27
spend the $50 on a cpu cooler. Temps cause temps (the hotter it is the more vcore to make it stable which = increased temps)

6420's are known to hit 3.2 at 1.3 volts
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Originally Posted by CravinR1 View Post
spend the $50 on a cpu cooler. Temps cause temps (the hotter it is the more vcore to make it stable which = increased temps)

6420's are known to hit 3.2 at 1.3 volts
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ok. I put my PC with the side panel off facing out of my window with a desk fan outside also blasting cold air from outside into my pc. 3.2ghz @ 1.5v load temps were 42C ( =D ) But it still needed 1.5v to get there...

Temps are not the problem
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post #23 of 27
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You must buy 1.02G. 1.01 cannot support MCH and 2.1V+ Vdimm voltage. They are different layout and BIOS.The 1.02G allows up to 1.7V on the MCH. The board will marketed under a different brand name, probably P5B- E SE or something like it. So far I have hit 6x590 with it, not stable but trying for 600. 550 should be stable on this board in the end.
According to the users at xtremesystems, you have the older rev, mobo...it apparently lacks some features...not sure about cpu stability though, I will try to find some more info for you.
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You must buy 1.02G. 1.01 cannot support MCH and 2.1V+ Vdimm voltage.
If MCH is the NB then i can have 1.75v, and if vdimm is the ram voltage i can go up to like 2.4-5
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post #25 of 27
hmm..that is interesting. I have to do some more research on your mobo then..
post #26 of 27
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i've been messing around some more and i got:

2.13ghz (stock)
vcore = 1.1v
memory = 1.92v
NB = 1.3

idle = 19C
load = 31C

and thats orthos stable, at those low voltages. But as soon as i was to increase the core speed i need to up the voltage loads. surely somethings up?
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post #27 of 27
more speed requires more volts
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