Originally Posted by DeltaUpsilon
Are we able to draw any conclusions from the data yet? As I have a 1.2625, I fall pretty much in the middle of the vids. From what I've gathered, my G0 is neither a golden chip, nor underperformer. It was quite happy at 3.7Ghz, but is now at 3.5 for 24/7 use. I did notice having to ramp up voltage quite a bit past 3.6, but I think that is to be expected?
That's a good question. The whole reason I started this thread was to collect data on VIDs and when someone would get get an unusually low one, I'd PM them and see what their lowest stable vcore was at various settings. At this point, it's unclear to me if the VID means anything at all. I have read about people with higher VIDs running o/c'ed stable systems @ much lower vcores. I have also read about people with lower VIDs doing the opposite. My own B3 for example has a VID of 1.2875 but it can run prime95 stable @ 1.1150 @ 9x266 and 1.2625 @ 9x333.
Watch for an update to the data today; since I haven't updated it in nearly a month, there are lost of new data points.