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11-04-2013 04:34 AM
rabidz7 What does the fox say?
11-10-2009 01:52 PM
Tator Tot
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Originally Posted by ITaoI View Post
what the safe volts for nb? isn't it like 1.4v? Along with cpu-nb?
Uh... 1.45v or 1.5v

Though, I haven't seen an increase in stability past 1.4v

IE: My CPU hits a wall around 2750mhz NB Freq. And 1.5v won't cause it to stabilize.
11-10-2009 01:46 PM
ITaoI what the safe volts for nb? isn't it like 1.4v? Along with cpu-nb?
11-10-2009 01:24 PM
Tator Tot
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Originally Posted by ITaoI View Post
yes indeed magical chart just a thought would it be possible add an average amount voltage reach those speed? I'm interested on how much volts you would exactly need for the high fsb. Thanks
All depends on the chip.

I have a CACYC 965BE 90007. And I only need 1.475v (reads 1.482v windows) to do 300 HT Clock. & 1.4v CPU-NB.
11-10-2009 12:36 PM
ITaoI yes indeed magical chart just a thought would it be possible add an average amount voltage reach those speed? I'm interested on how much volts you would exactly need for the high fsb. Thanks
10-20-2009 07:56 PM
Plasma Magical chart!
10-20-2009 03:08 PM
dir_d Gonna have to try this out later..maybe i can get to 3.8 now
10-20-2009 02:26 PM
raisethe3 Looks really good and helpful too. Thanks.
10-20-2009 12:57 PM
Tator Tot
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Originally Posted by Dopamin3 View Post
What?
It's a chart so you can Outline what relative HT Clock you would need to get XX RAM/NB/CPU Frequency.

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Originally Posted by gerikoh View Post
nice.

but i wonder

is green for stock volts, yellow for average air oc, and red for extreme cooling?
No, colors were just added to make the differential easier to view.

I couldn't really do it based on cooling, as different revisions come out I would have to update too often by batch and whatnot.
10-20-2009 12:53 PM
gerikoh nice.

but i wonder

is green for stock volts, yellow for average air oc, and red for extreme cooling?
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