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isnt it wonderful to have winter? its summer all year round where i live ; ;
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Im not sure if it has been mentioned but you shouldnt lower the cpu pll lower than 1.71v since intels spec range is 1.71v-1.89v for the pll.

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I'd take 12 months of summer anytime.
    
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Im not sure if it has been mentioned but you shouldnt lower the cpu pll lower than 1.71v since intels spec range is 1.71v-1.89v for the pll.

/wekk
Didn't know that, will update the op. +1
    
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here you can see that it is 1.71v-1.89v, just want to show so noone think I lie or something and can be found here: http://download.intel.com/design/pro...hts/324641.pdf

VCCSA Voltage for the system agent 0.879 0.925 0.971 V 2
VDDQ
Processor I/O supply voltage for
DDR3 1.425 1.5 1.575 V
VCCPLL
PLL supply voltage (DC + AC
specification) 1.71 1.8 1.89 V
VCCIO
Processor I/O supply voltage for
other than DDR3 -2/-3% 1.05 +2/+3%
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here you can see that it is 1.71v-1.89v, just want to show so noone think I lie or something and can be found here: http://download.intel.com/design/pro...hts/324641.pdf

VCCSA Voltage for the system agent 0.879 0.925 0.971 V 2
VDDQ
Processor I/O supply voltage for
DDR3 1.425 1.5 1.575 V
VCCPLL
PLL supply voltage (DC + AC
specification) 1.71 1.8 1.89 V
VCCIO
Processor I/O supply voltage for
other than DDR3 -2/-3% 1.05 +2/+3%
Oh no, I completely believe you, as that's not one that I even payed any attention to. Thanks for the info, and I updated the OP to show this info.
    
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we_kk_tor@hotmail.com: I want to know what is the max safe voltage for sandy bridge?? no one really seems to know that, thx
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we_kk_tor@hotmail.com: I want to know what is the max safe voltage for sandy bridge?? no one really seems to know that, thx
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Dago: http://ark.intel.com/Product.aspx?id...he%2c+3.30+GHz)
we_kk_tor@hotmail.com: I cant find any volt values?
we_kk_tor@hotmail.com: the intel specs says 0.025v - 1.52v range in volt, but 1.52v just cant be safe for 24/7
we_kk_tor@hotmail.com: some says 1.38v too but I want a official max safe volt from intel, dont you know the max safe volt ?
Dago: I am checking the datasheet, please wait sir
we_kk_tor@hotmail.com: ok thx
Dago: let me confirm, are you looking the max safe voltage for the supported ram or for the processor cores?
we_kk_tor@hotmail.com: not ram, I want to know the vcore for the processor
we_kk_tor@hotmail.com: max safe
Dago: ok fine, I am checking
Dago: thanks for your patience
we_kk_tor@hotmail.com: np
Dago: please check page 78 of the following document:
Dago: http://download.intel.com/design/pro...hts/324641.pdf
we_kk_tor@hotmail.com: ok
we_kk_tor@hotmail.com: yes it is this I mean, MAX = 1.52v, but for 32nm, that just can be a safe volt for 24/7 ?? Shouldnt it be much lower ?
we_kk_tor@hotmail.com: I mean wasnt the previous 45nm max = 1.45v or something like that?
Dago: those are the specifications for this processor, the VID is (0.25) min and (1.52) max, and it is safe for 24*7
we_kk_tor@hotmail.com: ok Thx, so 1.52v for 24/7 is safe
we_kk_tor@hotmail.com: yes or no
Dago: yes
we_kk_tor@hotmail.com: Thx!
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HOLY CRAP!! The service pack really does make a biggggggg difference too. Not just in linx where I now get 120 gflops, but the next thing I have certainly noticed is boot times. Before the sp, when starting windows came up the four colors would make their swirl and as soon as they touched, I'd be in. NNNOOOWWW I don't even see the colors at all!!!! Just starting windows for approx 1.5secs and BOOM, loaded. This avx instruction set in miraculous.
Hey Jonesey. I'm getting the 2500k soon and I wanted to try some of this out.

What is the "SP" you're referring to? I'm new to Intel setups, so please be patient.

Thanks!

EDIT: Stupid Q: You're not referring to a Windows7 SP are you?
 
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Hey Jonesey. I'm getting the 2500k soon and I wanted to try some of this out.

What is the "SP" you're referring to? I'm new to Intel setups, so please be patient.

Thanks!

EDIT: Stupid Q: You're not referring to a Windows7 SP are you?
Yes, he's referring to the Windows 7 Service Pack 1.



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