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so which one is the actual value? eleet or bios?

take cpu-z / hw mon's value as "actual" core voltage.

hw mon actually monitors high/and low values and is pretty good to have on hand while benching / folding, to see what exact values your looking at

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I guess "actual" was a bad choice of words. When I say in my sig rig that I'm running 4.0Ghz @ 1.2v, I'm taking the voltage value from Eleet.
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correct me if im wrong plz





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Edited by Bodycount - 4/7/10 at 11:34pm
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ummm

this is vdroop working. Both values are actual E-LEET will read what is currently being sent to cpu

you have to write settings down and keep track of the droop. "Bios=Load"

if you dont want the cpu to go over a certain volt like say 1.33750v "Intels max rated" then you set 1.28125v~1.28750 with vdroop off in the bios which should lead to a 1.32v-1.33v Load. Depending on load


Hope that helps guys





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Agreed,
This is also why if you are close on some areas... that EVGA put meter reading points on our boards.. when in doubt always trust true meter readings.
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Agreed,
This is also why if you are close on some areas... that EVGA put meter reading points on our boards.. when in doubt always trust true meter readings.
I saw that, but don't have a voltage reader thingy if someone has one check and see which voltage is the actual plz
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Agreed,
This is also why if you are close on some areas... that EVGA put meter reading points on our boards.. when in doubt always trust true meter readings.
Very good to know! I didn't realize we had meter reading points on our boards. Off the top of your head, do you know where they are located?

I peeked inside my case, but couldn't easily spot it. I have a Fluke Multimeter here and I'd lvoe to see what my meter readings are.
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Very good to know! I didn't realize we had meter reading points on our boards. Off the top of your head, do you know where they are located?

I peeked inside my case, but couldn't easily spot it. I have a Fluke Multimeter here and I'd lvoe to see what my meter readings are.
2nd that, I'd like to know where they are also, wouldn't mind trying it out, seeing what readings I get.
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2nd that, I'd like to know where they are also, wouldn't mind trying it out, seeing what readings I get.
Right above the DIMMS guys
Top right. They are a tiny row of 5 dots.


Be careful though introducing metal to a running board
Dont drop the leads


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Edited by Bodycount - 4/8/10 at 2:36pm
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Very good to know! I didn't realize we had meter reading points on our boards. Off the top of your head, do you know where they are located?

I peeked inside my case, but couldn't easily spot it. I have a Fluke Multimeter here and I'd lvoe to see what my meter readings are.


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2nd that, I'd like to know where they are also, wouldn't mind trying it out, seeing what readings I get.
My Pleasure to help guys..
I am an electronics Tech and Fiber optic equipment Engineer..
so I am bit of a perfectionist on such haha

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Thanks for the diagram killer!

Just for the hell of it, I took my multimeter to those points.

These are my BIOS settings:
EVGA VDroop Control = Without VDroop
CPU VCore = 1.1875
CPU VTT Voltage = +100
CPU PLL VCore = Auto
DIMM Voltage = 1.65
DIMM DQ Vref = +0mV
QPI PLL VCore = 1.35
IOH VCore = 1.2
IOH/ICH I/O Voltage = Auto
ICH VCore = 1.2

Actual motherboard readings:

VCore: 1.229


Dimm: 1.656


VTT: 1.215


IOH: 1.209


CPU PLL: 1.843


QPI PLL: 1.375


IOH IO: 1.550


ICH IO: 1.554


ICH: 1.242


Hopefully no one gives me **** on the condition of my Fluke. It's been through hell and back the past 7 years yet it still works!
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