Question is can your PSU cause excesive vDrop or vDroop? I know some of it depends on the mobo. But does your PSU affect how much vdroop or vdrop there is?
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12/31/10 at 10:47am
PSU does not affect Vdroop in any meaningful way, that is entirely determined by your motherboard's VRMs.
The PSU can affect the VRMs though; but the affects are too transient to appear on software voltage monitoring, or anything short of an oscilloscope. It can affect CPU stability however.
|You were in on my last post about hunting a PSU. It seems as though you said the one I currently have is on the cheaper side, so would that have an effect on my vdroop.|
|Currently bios is set to 1.275 and under load cpuz shows 1.224v vcore. Would this much of a drop be caused by my PSU?|