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Hey thanks again for the heads up luchog. as for the voltage I try not to go over the 1.5 but I might try 1.55 as I have a H50 and I will give the nvcc a shot at 1.55 and report back in the next day or so when I get the time. Bradford the nvcc is located in the bios under the same scree as the voltages and the other overclock settings just look towards the bottom and its the fuction that allows you to unlock cores

Well I tried and have to say it does help to some effect, I ran this four times and with the "unleashing" off but the nvcc still set to all cores and it's was as follows and all were monitored using cpu-z

vdda 2.8/ cpu volts 1.55/ loadline -12%
at idle the volts drop from 1.55 to 1.504 with a drop to 1.488 at times
small ffts load drops from 1.55 to 1.424 and crashes within 30 to 45 secs

vdda 2.8/ cpu volts 1.55/ loadline +12%
at idle the volts drop from 1.55 to 1.504 with an increase to 1.520 at times
small ffts load drops from 1.55 to 1.424 with an increase to 1.440 at times and it took it 60-75 secs to crash
all this was done at 4.4ghz trying to reach my goal
nb was locked at 2000/ ht was at 2000/ memory was at 1333mhz and this was just a multi oc. Hope this helps someone
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add me. http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=1795279
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wheee.gif I got it stable at 4.4ghz long enough to run a benchmark wheee.gif The volts it took to get it this way was 1.575 on the cpu and I turned up the NB to 1.32 at 2800mhz also I adjusted the cpu/nb volts to 1.275 and I was able to run 3dmark11 advanced at the default performance settings. does anyone happen to know the max volt for a PNY gtx 470? oh yea heres a link to my score http://3dmark.com/3dm11/1117319. does anyone have any suggestions on how I can improve my score?
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wheee.gif I got it stable at 4.4ghz long enough to run a benchmark wheee.gif The volts it took to get it this way was 1.575 on the cpu and I turned up the NB to 1.32 at 2800mhz also I adjusted the cpu/nb volts to 1.275 and I was able to run 3dmark11 advanced at the default performance settings. does anyone happen to know the max volt for a PNY gtx 470?

just FYI I have my cpu/nb at 1.4v that is really the most important voltage to adjust and the vdda to 2.8
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Thanks yea I have the Vdda at 2.8 and also I wasnt sure as to how high to go on the cpu/nb voltage as it starts out really low and I didnt want to burn out the mb
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Thanks yea I have the Vdda at 2.8 and also I wasnt sure as to how high to go on the cpu/nb voltage as it starts out really low and I didnt want to burn out the mb

well thats the funny part, the cpu/nb is not the mb it is in the cpu! (AMD) the nb and cpu/nb are totally different and they do different things so the basic explanation of the cpu/nb is it is the memory controller for the on-chip nb so by raising the volts you will see more heat on the cpu so just stay below 1.45 cpu/nb volts unless you are ready to see smoke lol
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Well I tried and have to say it does help to some effect, I ran this four times and with the "unleashing" off but the nvcc still set to all cores and it's was as follows and all were monitored using cpu-z

vdda 2.8/ cpu volts 1.55/ loadline -12%
at idle the volts drop from 1.55 to 1.504 with a drop to 1.488 at times
small ffts load drops from 1.55 to 1.424 and crashes within 30 to 45 secs

vdda 2.8/ cpu volts 1.55/ loadline +12%
at idle the volts drop from 1.55 to 1.504 with an increase to 1.520 at times
small ffts load drops from 1.55 to 1.424 with an increase to 1.440 at times and it took it 60-75 secs to crash
all this was done at 4.4ghz trying to reach my goal
nb was locked at 2000/ ht was at 2000/ memory was at 1333mhz and this was just a multi oc. Hope this helps someone

WOW!!!!! you have a hell of a lot more vdroop than most!!!! I have 1.52 drop to 1.48 and then even only minor jumps between the two. I don't want to alarm you but you mite need to RMA that thing!! I would lik others to give there opinion Please!
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Originally Posted by Bradford1040;13330300 
well thats the funny part, the cpu/nb is not the mb it is in the cpu! (AMD) the nb and cpu/nb are totally different and they do different things so the basic explanation of the cpu/nb is it is the memory controller for the on-chip nb so by raising the volts you will see more heat on the cpu so just stay below 1.45 cpu/nb volts unless you are ready to see smoke lol

Thanks for the input. And yea I thought it was ALOT of vdroop as most that I have read on say .07-.1 is ALOT but they havent seen mine yet thats why it has been so frustrating to me
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Maybe with me having the cpu/nb volts so low is why I'm getting the shaft with the crasy vdroop?
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Originally Posted by smoket4279`;13330569 
Thanks for the input. And yea I thought it was ALOT of vdroop as most that I have read on say .07-.1 is ALOT but they havent seen mine yet thats why it has been so frustrating to me

I can imagine! I had a Intel board like that but it had the pencil mod for it and that helped a lot,I don't think we have a pencil mod for this board or even anyone working on it, and I do think that the cpu/nb volts being up did help the vdroop or in you case vdrop lol that's no droop its down right dropping and hitting the floor and going through that even! eek.gif
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