Originally Posted by scorpiontsi
Originally Posted by kevindd992002
I don't get it too. What does it specifically do?
It is letting you keep your downclocked voltage extremely low (1.6ghz less than 1v) and attain a nice high turbo overclock.
There can be a problem with that, ie. voltage too low whilst idle could cause bsod. If I understand it correctly it is the turbo
voltage, increasing that allows the voltage to rise with turbo (overclocked) so you get your desired voltage under load, however, as you are compensating the load voltage with additional turbo voltage and not the actual vcore I suspect the idle voltage will be much lower obviously because turbo will not have kicked in until you put it on load, therefore causing bsod. If you have the LLC levels and all of that set correctly in combination with the additional turbo voltage then of ourse it could work, however I would much rather take the traditional approach and just use the CPU vcore voltage rather than turbo voltage.
Turbo voltage effects load voltage whilst turbo kicks in.
CPU voltage in general effects both idle and when turbo (overclocked state) kicks in.
Just my two cents, hope it makes sense. Note to everyone,
I'll update the spreadsheet in a bit, thanks for your patience.
Never did I think this thread will go above 700 pages lol Edited by munaim1 - 2/11/12 at 9:26am