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NG nlite is what you want, its easier than it seems. you can even use it to remove stuff and build yourself a benching os, i used a guide so all it has is basic os and network abilities and it runs on 75mb

i really need to redo it tho as i took paint out and its handy if your benching, doh.

not sure about the drives but im a samsung guy, have been for years
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Originally Posted by radaja View Post
heres another quick chart/guide/cheatsheet for cpu/mch reference voltages.



even though i dont own this board anymore,i cant stop thinking about it.
i had some free time today and decided to make this.
should be helpful for some of the new owners of this awesome board.



EP45****************************RULES***************************EP45



I'm having a hard wraping my head around this.
    
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its what you set in bios and what you in windows get from the cpu ref voltage on x vtt (term) but its my understanding that as you go higher on the term you need to up the ref to combat some vdrop.
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played with the BIOS. loaded fail-safe to see what normal should be. I'm pretty much starting over again...I think I'm wraping my head around it now that I see the refs changing as I change VTT. didn't notice it before.
    
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If you set your term to 1.20 then set your references to whatever say .760v then go back and change your term to what you need. Say you change it to 1.35 because your running 1.40vcore. When you change it your bios keeps the same reference percentage so you end up with say .810 or whatever.

The biggest thing in my experience is getting the correct base level and it will hold as you adjust your voltages.

The big confusion is because of how ET6 reads the reference voltages. Its a pain because it and bios are totally different.
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If you set your term to 1.20 then set your references to whatever say .760v then go back and change your term to what you need. Say you change it to 1.35 because your running 1.40vcore. When you change it your bios keeps the same reference percentage so you end up with say .810 or whatever.

The biggest thing in my experience is getting the correct base level and it will hold as you adjust your voltages.

The big confusion is because of how ET6 reads the reference voltages. Its a pain because it and bios are totally different.

I don't have those reading in ET6. I booted to default and set ref's from there. Doing so has killed any stablity I had just worked. I was lazy and didn't write down my previous settings. At default with 1.2v VTT the boards want to give .805 ref. the max setting for 1.2v. But scaling like that is murder with Bsod.

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I don't have those reading in ET6. I booted to default and set ref's from there. Doing so has killed any stablity I had just worked. I was lazy and didn't write down my previous settings. At default with 1.2v VTT the boards want to give .805 ref. the max setting for 1.2v. But scaling like that is murder with Bsod.

http://i170.photobucket.com/albums/u...untitled-3.jpg


Yeah thats not a good setting. It should be like that at around 1.34 or so term.

At 1.2 vtt you should be setting around the .769 or something along those lines (forgot exactly).

Another thing you may think about is that lots of times the vtt will be something less then 1.2v when you load optimized defaults. Then when you raise vtt before setting reference voltages they will be way out of wack because the bios wont take into account that you started at something other then 1.2v vtt.

references imo are a pain to work with but they make or brake it I guess. I liked the old settings that I had on the 965 and p35 boards where you just set a percentage and forgot about it. It was alot easier then dealing with the actual voltages.
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Originally Posted by MADMAX22 View Post
Yeah thats not a good setting. It should be like that at around 1.34 or so term.

At 1.2 vtt you should be setting around the .769 or something along those lines (forgot exactly).

Another thing you may think about is that lots of times the vtt will be something less then 1.2v when you load optimized defaults. Then when you raise vtt before setting reference voltages they will be way out of wack because the bios wont take into account that you started at something other then 1.2v vtt.

references imo are a pain to work with but they make or brake it I guess. I liked the old settings that I had on the 965 and p35 boards where you just set a percentage and forgot about it. It was alot easier then dealing with the actual voltages.
Yea, i'm not empressed with Gigabyte's approuch to the GTL option. It's just new, I've been use to nForce GTL and set %'s mostly. Think I'm getting the hang of it. I just lowered the ref's a notch and testing again.
    
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