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what should the GTL reference voltage be for the CPU/Northbridge?
I am using CPU 63, N/B 67
Look right?
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
i7 4771 GA-Z87X-UD3H 2*HD5850 4gb G.Skill Ripjaw + 8gb Corsair XMS3 1600 cl8 
Hard DriveOSMonitorKeyboard
Samsung 840 Pro 256gb | 3*3TB Raid 5 | Corsair F60 Windows 8 x64 *EYEFINITY* Dell 2405FPW + 2*E248WFP Logitech Illuminated 
PowerCaseMouseAudio
Corsair HX-850v2 Lian Li v2010b M$ Basic  Asus Xonar D2X 
AudioAudio
Swan D1080 MK II 08  Shure SRH-440 
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Originally Posted by scottath View Post
what should the GTL reference voltage be for the CPU/Northbridge?
I am using CPU 63, N/B 67
Look right?
If you want to find out what their stock values are simply revert all your BIOS settings to default, reboot, and then go into your motherboard's BIOS voltage monitor to see their respective stock voltages.

When it comes to manipulating the GTL voltages, first adjust the CPU voltages upwards and see if that has any effect, if it doesn't then revert the CPU back down and focus on the northbridge. Finally try upping them both at the same time. Be wary when adjusting the GTL values and don't push them too far.
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