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Gasp! Try changing the VTT voltage, if you can find it.
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Gasp! Try changing the VTT voltage, if you can find it.
Gasp? what do you mean "gasp"?! is that bad?
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Gasp? what do you mean "gasp"?! is that bad?
VTT and GTL might be the same thing on your motherboard. Look for it, you might find it!
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I changed the voltages to

vcore 1.55
sb 1.58
ht 1.48
nb 1.48


Seems to be running pretty solid.. I'll need to test it of course. How do i know when i voltage is too high? What's the max voltages?

Edit: is it me or are the forums moving a little slow?
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post #45 of 64
I feel a slight lag too....

Those volts are kinda high ?
You have temperature monitors running ?
Realtemp for 45nm and Coretemp for 65nm procs
Get Everest for chipset temp monitoring.
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Are they high for 3.6?
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Are they high for 3.6?
If you didn't increase your VTT/GTL voltages, that is fine. But, it's a stopping point. Past 1.55v, Intel states that you will permanetly damage your processor through electronmigration.
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I guess ill stay at 3.0 then. I've read around people increase their ram to 850mhz, what would be the point of this? My boards max speed is 800, so increasing it wouldn't help me, or how does that work.. BTW, thanks for all the info you've given me. I've learned quite bit.

My 3.0 setup is -

vcore 1.3
ram auto
HT 1.3
NB 1.3
SB 1.5

These are all safe right?
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I guess ill stay at 3.0 then. I've read around people increase their ram to 850mhz, what would be the point of this? My boards max speed is 800, so increasing it wouldn't help me, or how does that work.. BTW, thanks for all the info you've given me. I've learned quite bit.

My 3.0 setup is -

vcore 1.3
ram auto
HT 1.3
NB 1.3
SB 1.5

These are all safe right?
All those voltages are very safe. When it comes to RAM, for Intel chipsets, Faster = Better. On NV chipsets, it really depends on the timings and frequencies. Your board may officially support DDR2-800, but it will easily do 1100.
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What kind of speed increase will i notice from OC'ing it? And does it need a special cooling unit?
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