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Originally Posted by NoGuru View Post
Yep, and the 45nm is 1.45 max safe.

So basically its the same as max safe cpu voltage.....

Good info, I was under the impression that a VTT voltage above 1.35 could do damage to a 45nm cpu....
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Great thread. I like the link that lead to the GTL caculator. I wrote a guide on GTL tweak for 7 series nForce boards, but I should write a general one. The XS thread just doesn't brake down the best way to actually conduct the testing. The caculator isn't needed but it's pretty cool non the less.



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So basically its the same as max safe cpu voltage.....

Good info, I was under the impression that a VTT voltage above 1.35 could do damage to a 45nm cpu....
Yea, you'll want more VTT if you want to push high FSB.


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Right, bookmarking this thread!

+ some reps thrown around, great/informative thread guys!
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Great thread. I like the link that lead to the GTL caculator. I wrote a guide on GTL tweak for 7 series nForce boards, but I should write a general one. The XS thread just doesn't brake down the best way to actually conduct the testing. The caculator isn't needed but it's pretty cool non the less.

Going to be fixing a buddies rig with a one of these boards. Will be clocking a C0 stepping e8400. She gets hot on her cooler at 3.6Ghz, but I'm hoping to push 500FSB/3.5ghz out of her,
Thanks PizzMan. If you have anything you would like to see in there I will gladly add it. I would love to read your GTL breakdown.
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Right, bookmarking this thread!

+ some reps thrown around, great/informative thread guys!
Thanks koji, love feed back.
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Where is the documentation on TjMax from and is it 100%? I know there has been alot of discrepency on it.
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the numbers are what intel announced a couple of years back at a conference, im not sure who put that picture together but i take them as accurate
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Hrmm, okay well thank you. I just find it skeptical that I am able to run 10 degrees Celcius below my ambient water temps, though I am on an evaporative cooler so maybe I built it better than I thought!
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the numbers are what intel announced a couple of years back at a conference, im not sure who put that picture together but i take them as accurate
Here is the source:
http://www.tomshardware.co.uk/intel-...ews-29460.html

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Wonder if we can get this linked in the beginning of the ET45 thread. That would be nice.

I havnt had time to look for the graph that shows what ET6 reports for the various voltages in correlation to what is set in the bios as far as the reference goes. I think its at XS in there thread but I dont have time to look thru it right now.

Ill give it a shot this weekend.
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Here's the original source from where Tom's got their info.
http://intel.wingateweb.com/taiwan08...2_Nov_1006.pdf
    
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