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I am able to load windows and hang out with CPUz etc.
Before I start stress testing I would like some feedback
on the setting I have below. the 1.475 vid is the lowest I
could go without blue screen during the windows boot up.

DFI UT X48 T2R BIOS-
E8500 @ 4500Mhz 500 FSB

CPU Feature Page
Thermal Management Control................Enabled
PPM (EIST) Mode...........................Enabled
Limit CPUID MaxVal........................Disabled
CIE Function..............................Disabled
Execute Disable Bit.......................Disabled
Virtualization Technology.................Disabled
Core Multi-Processing.....................Enabled

Main BIOS Page
Exist Setup Shutdown......................Mode 2
Shutdown After AC Loss....................Disabled
O. C. Fail Retry Counter..................2
CLOCK VC0 Divider.........................Auto
CPU Clock Ratio...........................9x
CPU N/2 Ratio.............................Disabled
CPU Clock.................................500 MHz
Target CPU Clock..........................4500MHz
Boot Up Clock.............................335
DRAM Speed................................333/800
Target DRAM Speed.........................1201MHz
PCIE Clock................................100MHz
PCIE Slot Config..........................1X 1X

CPU Spread Spectrum.......................Disabled
PCIE Spread Spectrum......................Disabled
SATA Spread Spectrum......................Disabled

Voltage Setting Page
CPU VID Control...........................Auto 1.2200V
CPU VID Special Add.......................118.66% = 1.472 volts
DRAM Voltage Control......................2.150V
SB Core/CPU PLL Voltage...................1.510v
NB Core Voltage...........................1.690v
CPU VTT Voltage...........................1.498v
VCore Droop Control.......................Enabled
Clockgen Voltage Control..................3.45V
GTL+ Buffers Strength.....................Strong
Host Slew Rate............................Weak
MCH RON Offset Value......................00
MCH RTT Offset Value......................00
MCH Slew Rate Offset Value................00
MCH VREF 1 Value..........................00
MCH VREF 2 Value..........................00
MCH VREF 3 Value..........................80
GTL REF Voltage Control...................Enabled
CPU GTL 1/2 REF Volt......................65
CPU GTL 0/3 REF Volt......................65
North Bridge GTL REF Volt ................65

DRAM Timing Page
Enhance Data Transmitting.................Auto
Enhance Addressing........................Auto
T2 Dispatch...............................Auto
Clock Setting Fine Delay..................Auto
CAS Latency Time (tCL)....................Auto
RAS# to CAS# Delay (tRCD).................Auto
RAS# Precharge (tRP)......................Auto
Precharge Delay (tRAS)....................Auto
All Precharge to Act......................Auto
REF to ACT Delay (tRFC)...................Auto
Performance Level.........................Auto
Read Delay Phase Adjust...................Auto
MCH ODT Latency...........................Auto
Write to PRE Delay (tWR)..................Auto
Rank Write to Read (tWTR).................Auto
ACT to ACT Delay (tRRD)...................Auto
Read to Write Delay (tRDWR)...............Auto
Ranks Write to Write (tWRWR)..............Auto
Ranks Read to Read (tRDRD)................Auto
Ranks Write to Read (tWRRD)...............Auto
Read CAS# Precharge (tRTP)................Auto
ALL PRE to Refresh........................Auto
 

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Dude, that voltage is electron murder!!! Check the max allowed (safe) voltage on that CPU.
 

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You should try raising the FSB and lowering the multi. That might allow you to lower the voltage. What SKU is the CPU?
 

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The absolute recommended max voltage for that chip is 1.36v. You should be ok with 1.4v, but like the others have stated, your current Vcore is way to high.
 

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Quote:


Originally Posted by conductor609
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That voltage is way too high for a 45nm chip


Not a good idea for 24/7 usage.

 

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Originally Posted by jamracing
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You should try raising the FSB and lowering the multi. That might allow you to lower the voltage. What SKU is the CPU?

FPO/BATCH# Q807A192
VERSION# E27437-001 1.55V max (JK)

PACK DATE: 04/15/08

I should of put not for 24/7 use in the title.
I only plan on using this to benchmark not for 24/7.
I am about to go i7 when the classified is released
so I figured what the hell lets put this CPU
to the test. If it fry's another one can be had
for a little over a hundred dollars.

Worst case I will just have to use higher voltages to get
my 24/7 clocks or it dies, then I buy another one.
 
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