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ok, that was just rude lol. All i did was install it. I have already stated that i know i was not at default voltage. Why do people here get so defensive. Your e-dick is obviously bigger than mine with your 4.2ghz 8400.
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so whats mine with a 4.3 8200??

lol

seems about right to me for that chip on vid + 0.1v
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ok, that was just rude lol. All i did was install it. I have already stated that i know i was not at default voltage. Why do people here get so defensive. Your e-dick is obviously bigger than mine with your 4.2ghz 8400.
Actually my cpu is at 4 with 1.33 now, just havent updated my sig in a while.

Could not care less what mhz anyone is at. But just pointing out that someone edited the ini file in cpuz on your computer, or the sensor in cpuz is not able to read your cpu current voltage ?bug, and if sensor is off or bugged, it reads the core vid.

Edited since marsey downloading.. with core VID showing...
Edited by opt33 - 6/27/08 at 10:05am
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ok, that was just rude lol. All i did was install it. I have already stated that i know i was not at default voltage. Why do people here get so defensive. Your e-dick is obviously bigger than mine with your 4.2ghz 8400.
Dang we are pissy. This forum is very skeptical, which is a good thing. Something is wrong with the way you do it, whether you know or not, because that shouldn't be possible. BTW, some people don't read through every page, so they may miss what you say.

Also, filling out your System Specs in UserCP is a great way to start at this forum.

Just so you know, the standard on this site is for you to run Prime95 for 6 hours, take a screenshot and upload it, then give a link to your CPU-Z Validation.
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i have download cpuz from them and it has reported vid not vcore so...
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Interesting....I just redownloaded and checked, sensor is ON on my download. Check the INI file and see if sensor says on, or if any sensors say off. May be a bug in cpuz reading some cpu's?

Also did you download from cpuid? or from second hand user?
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I'm not filling out my profile until i finalize things but, Just for anyone that comes into the thread towards the end here, my vcore is actually at 1.36v getting 4.03ghz. And it doesn't like to go any higher. I will be trying different multi's and whatnot soon just in case i am hitting a fsb hole or something. Speedfan reads my vcore right so, i will put that up with prime 95 and cpuz when i post final screenies of my overclock.
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And you ran prime for how long?
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These are results of E7200's with (mostly) documentation.
Maybe if you read this you'll know why some are skeptical.

http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/...d.php?t=187286
Just a friendly suggestion.
You continue to post and keep comming back for more.
When you are all situated and set up post your screenshots.
Best of luck to you.
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i really need to do some research on what these chips fry at. The vdroop on this board is the worst i have ever seen lol. And i checked my ini and the sensors are set to on... hrm, might be a bug with tis board or whith cpuid, but it works in speedfan, so i will have that up during my test.... on with the game.
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1.3625 Volts and up is danger zone for frying.

Use CPUz monitor, HWmonitor, and your BIOS sensor page to determine volts. Don't just rely on one. make sure they match up decently (BIOS is always slightly different however)

Again, 1.3625 is danger fry zone for 45nm chips.

1.3625 is the Limit.

Vcore.

Post results sometime after your week of testing finishes?
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