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will bios update help vdroop?

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Thanks for the help in advance... so here's the deal.

My vid is 1.2875 so I set my vcore to that and put the chip back into stock clocks. However when I load the system my vcore drops considerably. Idle everest shows 1.28 when I load it drops to 1.26. In order to compensate I went back into the bios and increased vcore to 1.3 now at load it drops to 1.28.

So here's the question. If this increase in voltage fails would updating my bios help? I know about the vdroop mod but I want to do that as a last resort. I had my rig at 3ghz and it seemed stable but I would have random restarts and my memtest showed that it wasn't my ram. Now that I'm back at stock I noticed this vdroop so now i think this is the culprit.

Thanks guys

edit: I just full loaded my chip and it still dropped to 1.26. This is after setting my vcore to 1.3 volts.
Edited by Heavy Light 117 - 5/28/08 at 9:48pm
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Does your bios have a setting to minimize vdroop, vdamp or loadline calibration?
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Does your bios have a setting to minimize vdroop, vdamp or loadline calibration?
I doubt it... otherwise there wouldn't be need for the vdroop mod right?
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