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You wanna kill your chip? Because the new 45nm chips can't handle the same level of voltage as the 65nm chips.
Reading the actual post is your friend.
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post #32 of 34
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I have a question though, If they dropped the Multiplier to 7, why didn't they use a e8200 or something?
Just to see how high they can get the FSB to.
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post #33 of 34
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You wanna kill your chip? Because the new 45nm chips can't handle the same level of voltage as the 65nm chips.
Read the post you dimwit

Im referring to my motherboard at 1.45 V

My E8400 rages on 1.31 volts to sustain 4.28 GHZ 25/8 365 days a year!!!!!

It sits at those settings on all day every day folding like a champ (recent stats are bad due to WC installation attempts)
    
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post #34 of 34
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Originally Posted by XFreeRollerX View Post
Read the post you dimwit

Im referring to my motherboard at 1.45 V

My E8400 rages on 1.31 volts to sustain 4.28 GHZ 25/8 365 days a year!!!!!

It sits at those settings on all day every day folding like a champ (recent stats are bad due to WC installation attempts)
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Reading the actual post is your friend.
My bad.
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