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post #11 of 20
Do you have loadline calibration set to enable in the bios? I have seen it casue problems with the 45nm CPUs. If you do and decide to disable it, you will have to increase the vcore to compensate. I would personally recommend the pencil vdroop mod with the 45nm CPUs.
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Originally Posted by clbkdaz View Post
Do you have the voltage set to auto? You really need to manually set it
yeah it's auto.
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2.4 shouldn't be right, when you open CPU-Z the voltage your looking for should be at the top right of the window called core voltage... Is this where you got 2.4 from? If this is, you need to double check this in the bios could be an error in cpu-z.

At stock, it should be at approx 1.2 or 1.25 or maybe a little higher.
Yes it's the core voltage thats the only voltage CPU-Z displays isn't it? And this is at 3.5 GHz not at stock frequency.
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yeah it's auto.


Yes it's the core voltage thats the only voltage CPU-Z displays isn't it? And this is at 3.5 GHz not at stock frequency.
Yeah but trust me, 2.4 volts is way to high, I've never seen a modern processor using a voltage that high... It's got to be an error, I'd just double check it in the bios, I don't think it's actually 2.4, but cpu-z might just be reporting that voltage incorrectly.

In the bios there should be a hardware monitoring section. In there it should say what the Vcore is, and you can then set it manually slightly higher than this.

If not, you might try a different software like the Asus Probe software that came with your motherboard.
Edited by waynex - 12/23/08 at 10:09am
post #14 of 20
The auto setting is not usually the best way to OC...I would recomend going in to BIOS and changing the settings to manual. Once changed, you increase and decrease as needed to maintain stability. The auto feature works...most of the time, but the Vcore is constantly being adjusted and changed so it could cause some BSOD'ing.
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Yeah but trust me, 2.4 volts is way to high, I've never seen a modern processor using a voltage that high... It's got to be an error.
Sorry it's fixed. Bad mistake on my part
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Do you have loadline calibration set to enable in the bios? I have seen it casue problems with the 45nm CPUs. If you do and decide to disable it, you will have to increase the vcore to compensate. I would personally recommend the pencil vdroop mod with the 45nm CPUs.
I really have no idea if it's set to that. Don't remember seeing that in the BIOS. As for the pencil mod, I doubt I'd be able to do that. Seems too complicated for me.

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The auto setting is not usually the best way to OC...I would recomend going in to BIOS and changing the settings to manual. Once changed, you increase and decrease as needed to maintain stability. The auto feature works...most of the time, but the Vcore is constantly being adjusted and changed so it could cause some BSOD'ing.
What would you recommend I change it to?
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Not having a 45nm CPU, I wouldnt know where to start on your particular chip...but a good place to start is a notch or 2 over the VID (correct me if Im wrong guys)
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Sorry it's fixed. Bad mistake on my part
Phew, I was kinda surprised your cpu was still alive to be honest. Yeah you could up that a couple of notches and try a few stability tests. Maybe 8 runs of Intel Burn-in test, but watch your temperatures. This is a very tough program on CPU's but will tell you within minutes if your cpu is not stable. Hope it goes well!
post #19 of 20
The Loadline calibration setting is at the bottom of the options list beneath voltages in bios.

As for the vdroop pencil mod, just turn off the PC and shade the marked resistor with a wooden 2B pencil. It takes about 3-5 passes with the pencil to be effective.

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CPU-Z shows the voltage switching from 1.240 to 1.256. Not sure which is right.
The resolution on the Winbond voltage sensor on that board is 0.008V. (Yes, it's strange, but it's otherwise a good chip.)
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