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yeah! the reason why i asked because i try to play protype or crysis. and thats the only time i get that error. ive tryed so many different voltage combinations and i still get that error when trying to play these games.

makes me think its a software issue instead!
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Mastiffman,i have to disagree with you on the VDD thing,so please forgive me,but i am sure you will recognise this,from "tony's review",and MSI also state this as well.Not trying to rock the boat,but who's right,and who's wrong,LOL!!!!

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I have seen that before But the Proof is in the Pudding my friend. Consider yourself Forgiven!

Think about it though. The term "Offset"...

Is to counterbalance something else. Or to "Change". So if the "voltages" were indeed the "Offsets" wouldn't they be they ones to "affect" the VDD Voltages? When in fact it's the exact opposite! The VDD Voltages affect the Voltages.

One more thing.... If the Voltages are the Offsets, then why does CPU-Z read them as Core Voltage? If one were to leave the CPU Voltage alone and adjust the CPU VDD Voltage only and the CPU VDD Voltage was, in fact, the Core Voltage, don't you think that it would register the change in a prorgam that Specifically Reads the Core Voltage (CPU-Z and Everest Ult. 5.3)?

I just think that there is to much info that supports my case for one to think otherwise. Tony was the one that basically said that 1800 on AMD AM3 socket board is way to hard ( if not next to impossible)to get stable and 1333 CL5 is much faster. The IMC just aren't made to go higher than 1333...
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I have seen that before But the Proof is in the Pudding my friend. Consider yourself Forgiven!

Think about it though. The term "Offset"...

Is to counterbalance something else. Or to "Change". So if the "voltages" were indeed the "Offsets" wouldn't they be they ones to "affect" the VDD Voltages? When in fact it's the exact opposite! The VDD Voltages affect the Voltages.

One more thing.... If the Voltages are the Offsets, then why does CPU-Z read them as Core Voltage? If one were to leave the CPU Voltage alone and adjust the CPU VDD Voltage only and the CPU VDD Voltage was, in fact, the Core Voltage, don't you think that it would register the change in a prorgam that Specifically Reads the Core Voltage (CPU-Z and Everest Ult. 5.3)?

I just think that there is to much info that supports my case for one to think otherwise. Tony was the one that basically said that 1800 on AMD AM3 socket board is way to hard ( if not next to impossible)to get stable and 1333 CL5 is much faster. The IMC just aren't made to go higher than 1333...
Well my friend,we will have to agree to dissagree on this one,lol,
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Well my friend,we will have to agree to dissagree on this one,lol,
What Honestly makes more sense though? Someone telling you or drawing it on a SS or the way that they Really Act?
Edited by Mastiffman - 3/1/10 at 11:53am
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What Honestly makes more sense though? Someone telling you or drawing it on a SS or the waythat they Really Act?
No coment,lol!!
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Of course!!! I agree - Mastiffman you should take this "crown"
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If you set the VDD voltage to 1.4000v,it automaticaly sets the cpu voltage to most P2's stock voltage,ie 1.4v,this is the rule of thumb i use,then use the cpu voltage to tweek for overclocking,the same rule applies to the CPU-NB VDD.Has always worked for me.LOL!!

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Interesting find on the Hypertransport errors only occuring on Windows 7. I rarely get them, but it's only because I'm trying to find the lowest voltage for the NB-CPU.

I would have to agree with Mastiffman on the CPU voltage issue. I've tried leaving the VDD on auto or if I've set them as something, CPU-Z and Everest would report the CPU voltage from the 2nd setting in the BIOS menu. I think the VDDs are just to finely tune your voltages. I know I use them to get that .02/.05/.07 extra volts that I wanted.
    
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The way I see it, VDD gives an increment of +/- 0.0125v per click while the V gives + 0.01 per upclick or - 0.02 per downclick so the V is somewhat of a finer increment for upclick and a coarse decrement for downclick.
Another thing, the V is the final voltage applied. If you define VDD, and set V to Auto, the voltage applied is equal to VDD since the V is automatically set to VDD value. But if you put a value to V, then the V is applied irregardless of what is the VDD value.
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