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Somehow I noticed that at certain point when computer is overclocked for longer period I can drop voltages even more and still works like drop for approx. 0.045v thats what is called BURN IN

I guess the PC must be on O.C. for at least 6hours to try lowering volts.

STILL THIS IS HARD TO UNDERSTAND FOR NEWBIES but its a famous effect overclockers know about. Still not every motherboard need it but usaly does.

The bios musn't be changed like a lot if u wish to use that method still, otherwise u have to repeat burnin (at least of my knowledge). So good lock headscratch.gif:sneaky:

Still I can use low volts all th time when I change BIOS so I guess when PC is new that could be real thing. Widening of contacts and wiring inside cpu is 4 sure, for a few week I guess it's ok. to lower the chip a bit. I can use C1E but not working for voltage becouse it's manualy adjusted)
Edited by XRC - 9/20/11 at 12:20pm
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