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You need to enabled "Loadline Calibration" or "Voltage Damper", it reduce the droop a lot. With it enabled you should be able to set 1,45 or lower in BIOS and be stable.
I will keep it disabled. http://www.anandtech.com/cpuchipsets...spx?i=3184&p=6
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turn your voltage down a notch like someone else said, 1.5 is a tad too high
Read post #7. My voltage is at ~1.41 under load
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That´s for 45nm but you got a 65nm and with them it´s not a problem.
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