Originally Posted by complexlogic
Accordingly to my admittedly imperfect understanding, CPU VTT and FSB VTT are different animals: the former is the termination voltage on the CPU end, and the latter is the termination voltage on the northbridge end. Setting .5v less than the NB voltage would make sense for FSB VTT, but less so for CPU VTT. I'm sure that higher voltages for CPU VTT would work as well as lower given that both are stable. I suspect, however, that higher does not equal better though...
From what I understand, and what I have learned from ericeod, you are correct. I did mention that in my post, but it was only regarding the EVGA 680
because I believe they have a slightly different BIOS setting than on the ASUS board.
I only mentioned it for others reading the thread so they dont get confused on my recommendation for maxing the CPU
VTT on the ASUS board as it might not be an option, or recommended, for other boards..