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I will be solving network issues later when I get to work . Same jobs.
what do you do? I handle remote VPN through VSAT
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what do you do? I handle remote VPN through VSAT
I handle remote vpn only and local accounts within the business.

I am more like learning though, and getting paid.
Edited by jj775 - 7/20/10 at 8:02am
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I handle remote vpn only and local accounts within the business.
Laaaaaaaame Do something cool like me! Local Networking... bwahahahahaaaaaa. jk
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Laaaaaaaame Do something cool like me! Local Networking... bwahahahahaaaaaa. jk
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See edit.
You're always learning in this business That's good to hear.
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That is exactly what mine does with LLC enabled or on auto. LLC is good because it allows you to run at a slightly lower vcore than the chip needs when under stress. I disabled it and the chip needed more voltage to even get to windows, and probably even more to be stable.

My advice is to increase the NB to ~26-2800MHz and the cpu-nb to 1.33v. keep the HT below ~23-2400. And of course be sure your memory is stable.

And as arbalest said, when running higher vcore, 1.5v or more the max stable temperature is less than 62c........... probably more like 55c @ 1.5v. @ 1.55v on my chip the max temp is ~52c.

The average voltage needed for a stable 4GHz is ~1.525v, according to the chart on page 1.
I took another look at this post. it would have been better to say the chip has less tolerance for heat at higher voltage. the tj max is the max heat supported safely which does not change. 62c is universal.
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I took another look at this post. it would have been better to say the chip has less tolerance for heat at higher voltage. the tj max is the max heat supported safely which does not change. 62c is universal.
At the Manufactured Spec Voltage... So YES, TJMax does go down proportionately to Voltage Increase.
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Finally i startt to understand this now i am at 12.5 x 312 Ram 1667 NB 2820 HT link 2190

CPU 1.5v
NB 1.325v
Ram 1.85v

Lins is showing a litlle higher Gflops 75.1 to 75.7 and my PPD jumped like 1100 more around 2200MHz Ht link seems to be the sweet spot

Testing at 4GHz success 76.4 Gflops that NB voltage sure is important.
Thanks to jj775 for helping me choose the 1055T [[]]
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Finally i startt to understand this now i am at 12.5 x 312 Ram 1667 NB 2820 HT link 2190

CPU 1.5v
NB 1.325v
Ram 1.85v

Lins is showing a litlle higher Gflops 75.1 to 75.7 and my PPD jumped like 1100 more around 2200MHz Ht link seems to be the sweet spot

Testing at 4GHz success 76.4 Gflops that NB voltage sure is important.
Thanks to jj775 for helping me choose the 1055T [[]]
Cool! Nice to know you are happy.
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one question, just curious
NB = Northbridge

or CPU-Northbridge voltage
Edited by hata28 - 7/20/10 at 12:06pm
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