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So what is VID?
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Voltage IDentity Code
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aka "voltage @ stock"
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What does it do? what happens when i change it?
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What does it do? what happens when i change it?
You can't change it. It is coded into the CPU. It is the CPU's stock voltage as defined by the manufacturer. If you put a 1.35v chip into a motherboard, the motherboard will set the CPU voltage to 1.35v. If you put a 1.2v chip, the mobo provides 1.2v. This is not say you can't change the CPU voltage, you just can't change what the default is.
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You can't change it. It is coded into the CPU. It is the CPU's stock voltage as defined by the manufacturer. If you put a 1.35v chip into a motherboard, the motherboard will set the CPU voltage to 1.35v. If you put a 1.2v chip, the mobo provides 1.2v. This is not say you can't change the CPU voltage, you just can't change what the default is.
Somehow my mobo gives an option to change the VID
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Somehow my mobo gives an option to change the VID
lol. take pics of where it says it.
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probably just changing the cpu voltage. if u clear the cmos it would still go to the default vid and not the one you set manually,
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Originally Posted by Humanfactor View Post
Somehow my mobo gives an option to change the VID
It probably is just CPU Voltage and a nomenclature issue.
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