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post #3091 of 4653
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Unfortunately, you will have to raise FSB/VTT and vcore voltages to compensate for lack of GTL adjustment.
Hmmm, ok. I'm pretty familiar with my Vcore range but I wonder what would be the farthest I would wanna go with the VTT voltage?
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Just a shot in the dark, but if you go into where the bios gives you system temps, volts, etc there may be an option called "chassis intrusion" or something similar try enabling that and see if it helps report your volts correctly. It is typically used to enable fan controlling software but can be affecting your volt readings.
post #3093 of 4653
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It depends on the Asus mobo, all of my p5q-pro, p5q-e, p5ql, p5ql-e have the "CPU GTL Reference" option present in their bios configuration.
Yeah I'm guessing the Nvidia chipset is the difference. The P5Q series is Intel chipset, right?
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Just a shot in the dark, but if you go into where the bios gives you system temps, volts, etc there may be an option called "chassis intrusion" or something similar try enabling that and see if it helps report your volts correctly. It is typically used to enable fan controlling software but can be affecting your volt readings.
I thought that was just for cases that have a sensor that tells if the case has been opened or not? I can't imagine it does anything, but if you can show me some data on that, I would appreciate it.

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Well I've got 3812MHz (305x12.5) running stable now. Shew...
This board seems to like the VTT and NB voltages to match, and raising the VTT voltage helped a bit. 1.5v on both.
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Well I've got 3812MHz (305x12.5) running stable now. Shew...
This board seems to like the VTT and NB voltages to match, and raising the VTT voltage helped a bit. 1.5v on both.
That's pretty high. Or isnt it? I awalys forget. I wrote it down somewhere, but I forgot where Plus you got a different chipset so its probably different from the P45.

Does anyone know what the 'usual' amount of extra power an overclocked E5200 needs when running on around 1.35V to 1.4V Vcore?
Max TDP is 65W, so with increasing all the voltages, core speeds, it must be not less as 80W right? On full load.
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Yeah I'm guessing the Nvidia chipset is the difference. The P5Q series is Intel chipset, right?
Yes it is.
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That's pretty high. Or isnt it? I awalys forget. I wrote it down somewhere, but I forgot where Plus you got a different chipset so its probably different from the P45.

Does anyone know what the 'usual' amount of extra power an overclocked E5200 needs when running on around 1.35V to 1.4V Vcore?
Max TDP is 65W, so with increasing all the voltages, core speeds, it must be not less as 80W right? On full load.
Run Everest stability test and watch your watts!
You would be surprised to know that even with vcore=1.4v the power consumption stays below 60W!!
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Run Everest stability test and watch your watts!
You would be surprised to know that even with vcore=1.4v the power consumption stays below 60W!!
Yeah I did that, and it stayed below 40W. But that was so low, I thought I'd check.

Do most CPU's stay under their TDP when overclocking around 40/50% ?? I always thought the wattage would go up much more.

Im not using more than 20 amps on my 40 amp rail
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1.5V VTT is really high, 1.45V is the absolute max stated by Intel, and according to Anandtech or one of those sites, they killed a QX9650 with like 1.5V VTT. The TDP is a rough estimate as to the absolute maximum amount of power that the CPU can draw, I think it has something to do with physics. As the silicon gets hotter, it changes something, and therefore requires more power, and in turn generating more heat, and repeat. Under normal conditions, it shouldn't go above 65W, no matter the OC or VCore.
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