Originally Posted by eminded1;11722580
what does that do?
anyway im rock solid stable passed over 100 passes of linx, at 1.4 vcore bios (1.37) cpuz with blck at 200 pci-e 100 1.33 vtt 1.6 cpupll
i tried running the ram at 2000 with 4000 uncore. first i tried 1.45 qpi/vtt. wouldn't load windows, tried up to 1.57 i could get into windows load up hwmoniter and linx. and it seemed stable at 1.57 qpi/vtt.
My question is . having almost 1.6 qpi should i consider purchasing a ud7 with a water pump i mean my temps arrant really that bad even with the 1.45 intel qpivtt spec. the north bridge gets to 60c max at 4000 uncore and 2000 ram.
Is there any voltage IE, IOH or QPI PLL I can you to stabilize with lower qpi volt?
If you've truly found stability with 1.57v, then great. Also, it is not the northbridge that deals with the ram speed anymore. The qpi/VTT deals with the IMC (integrated memory controller) and the qpi (quick path interface) on the CPU itself.
You might try a few things to lower the qpi/VTT:
1.) Raising the PCIe Freq to 102. It not only allows you to reach higher baseclocks but also to use less qpi/VTT at the same baseclock. However this is not guaranteed and you may find that it destabilizes the overclock.
2.) Increase qpi pll and try lowering the qpi/VTT. May or may not work.
There are no guarantees to get it lower.