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post #3411 of 13131
to see if I understood well.

memory 1333
htlink 2200
nb frecuency 2400

multi=20
fsb = 200
pci-e = 100
cpu-nb = offset = +0.1500v
cpu-nb - llc = auto
cpu llc = auto
voltage vcore= auto offset = + 0.006250V
ddr voltage = 1.65

1.40V - 1.45v is much from 4000?
Is this right?

if not right, or as evidence that change?
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post #3412 of 13131
Quote:
Originally Posted by xerox24 View Post
to see if I understood well.

memory 1333
htlink 2200
nb frecuency 2400

multi=20
fsb = 200
pci-e = 100
cpu-nb = offset = +0.1500v
cpu-nb - llc = auto
cpu llc = auto
voltage vcore= auto offset = + 0.006250V
ddr voltage = 1.65

1.40V - 1.45v is much from 4000?
Is this right?

if not right, or as evidence that change?
multi...17
fsb......235

nb freq.....3000-3100
HT link......2100-2200
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post #3413 of 13131
wow nb freq 3000?? nb voltage = auto ???

my nb running hot , in 3000 did not raise the temperature of nb??

in prime is over 55ºc but in the bad company 2 arrives at 60ºc.


anyway to get home proves what I say and I tell you.

thanks
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post #3414 of 13131
Quote:
Originally Posted by xerox24 View Post
wow nb freq 3000?? nb voltage = auto ???

my nb running hot , in 3000 did not raise the temperature of nb??

in prime is over 55ºc but in the bad company 2 arrives at 60ºc.


anyway to get home proves what I say and I tell you.

thanks
bfbc2 will heat the crap out of our nb
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post #3415 of 13131
Thats cpu/nb freq, has nothing to do with your NB temp
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post #3416 of 13131
I have a question,I thought??

to have more nb Frequency,gives no more nb voltage???and it gives no more heat????

thanks for the help
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post #3417 of 13131
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Thats too much for 4GHz. I needed 1.38V (load) with LLC - auto. That is + 0.006250V (OFFSET).
Dont use AUTO for CPU/NB Voltage. Sets the voltage way too high. Just heats up your CPU.
Use OFFSET for CPU/NB... +0.1500V, that will be 1.30V. Its enough for 3000-3200mhz (CPU/NB clock). CPU/NB LLC - auto.
You have 1090 n0t 1055. You dont need that crazy voltages for 4Ghz.

Check out the pic. CPU @ 4.043GHz

ENABLE CnQ (works with 905 BIOS and "CPU & NB VOLTAGE MODE" set OFFSET)
I wonder why I need so much CPU/NB voltage? It is set to 3.2GHz, but still......I tried yesterday with it set manually to 1.45v and got the usual freeze up I get when I try lowering it from "auto"s 1.51-1.54v.

My CPU/NB seems to need more voltage than anyone I've talked to.
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post #3418 of 13131
NB freq. is in fact CPU/NB freq. Thats the memory controller and is inside your CPU. Dont touch NB voltage . leave it AUTO. (maybe later if is unstable)
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I wonder why I need so much CPU/NB voltage? It is set to 3.2GHz, but still......I tried yesterday with it set manually to 1.45v and got the usual freeze up I get when I try lowering it from "auto"s 1.51-1.54v.

My CPU/NB seems to need more voltage than anyone I've talked to.
Your CPU is 1055 , mine 1090, so its a different cookie.
Most of the 1055 owners are saying that is the same cpu but locked multi, could be true, but not in my opinion. Or maybe I have a golden chip , who knows.
So, that could be a reson that you need that high voltages.
If I set it auto, the mobo will give 1.50+ for my CPU/NB too.(needed1.30V)
If I set AUTO for Vcore the mobo gives 1.375V for my CPU.( needed 1.33v)

Both cases LLC is AUTO
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I have all my voltages on "auto" @ 4GHz (320x12.5) CPU-1.45v, CPU/NB-1.52v, NB and SB 1.12v, HT 1.22v.

Do you think the high NB/voltage combined with mildly overclocked high voltage memory caused my stick to die?

It worked fine until I put it in my new replacement motherboard and then 1 stick was DEAD. Wouldn't post at all with the DEAD stick in there by itself and with both it only showed 1.

Or maybe here is an idea...it's the fact that I have high voltage memory(1.8v) that is causing the CPU/NB to use so much voltage.

That is definitely the answer dudes!

If I lower my memory divider...the DDR voltage goes down and so does the CPU/NB voltage.
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