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post #11 of 18
Top one is right. 1.65V vDimm and 1.55V vCore voltages are a dead giveaway.

I have no idea what the second sheet is for.
post #12 of 18
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Top one is right. 1.65V vDimm and 1.55V vCore voltages are a dead giveaway.

I have no idea what the second sheet is for.
And what about the 1.21v VTT?


Mind you, again, I pulled the second one directly off Intel's datasheet for the i5 750.
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And what about the 1.21v VTT?


Mind you, again, I pulled the second one directly off Intel's datasheet for the i5 750.
In that case, I have no idea.
post #14 of 18
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In that case, I have no idea.
Exactly. I'm as confused as anyone.

The specs of the top one seem to fit the 750, all except the VTT.


I see people throwing around all kinds of "max" voltages for all kind of different chips, so I decide to look into it for myself and this is what I find. I'd really like to find someone that can explain which is correct and why, and then explain what the other sheet is refering to.
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post #15 of 18
here a post by uncleweb when the i5-750 first came out.you can see it say 1.55v
and 1.21v so i think the i5-750 data sheet was revised later on.

** OFFICIAL ** Core i5 Overclocking Results/Tips Thread post 149

so i think thats whats going on here.on page ten they discuss it more some though 1.35v
and others 1.21v.it was a confusing time
and now the sheet is more like the new i3-i5 32nm ones
so what do i win for solving this

i'll wait for my prize
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so you think i got it right?i just remembered when i first had my i5-750 something about vtt at 1.21v and even in that thread i commented about it limiting our OC's or something to that affect.thanks
    
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so you think i got it right?i just remembered when i first had my i5-750 something about vtt at 1.21v and even in that thread i commented about it limiting our OC's or something to that affect.thanks

I swear I remember reading that in my MB manual also. I looked back through it and I can't find it. But I distinctly remember reading somewhere that VTT was limited to 1.20v in the BIOS on that board because Intel spec said 1.21v is the max.
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