You better not meant I'm on an anti-Gigabyte campaign considering I have one in the mailOriginally Posted by mandrix
(Not talking about you, fateswarm, I know you're just trying to get to the facts.)
Speak for yourself. I want the chip to be stable for a year at least. Also, stop judging others' decisions like they are yours.Originally Posted by Cyro999
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Definitely. What I wrote in the club:Originally Posted by mandrix
What I said in the DC owners thread bears repeating here:
If you are running your cache voltage on Auto, either check it under load or (probably better option) set it manually. Why?
After testing a recent BIOS for my Z97-UD5H I left the Vring on Auto, ran a quick stress test while manually checking voltages with my DMM and the Vring was 1.397v.
IMO that's a little high.
Fortunately the newer BIOS are finally scaling the uncore from 8x-40x so that's good.
Sin you wanted to know why not having a sensor for vring was disturbing to me? How about longevity? lol.
I'm not certain how it works (or not yet) as it's apparent on the text.Originally Posted by fateswarm
Ah by the way. The VRing auto-voltage might be also bugged, at least of similar behavior with what VCore had before BIOS updates. I found it above 1.4v in some instances.
It's a bit uncertain how it works because I've also found it lower while on the same BIOS ver. and still on auto and similar multiplier.
It may be affected by other variables.
I meant even on the latest bios.
Sorry I don't know everything Master of the Universe Cyro999.
It probably won't in practice. Not because it's a pentium. On any chip.Originally Posted by hotrod717
Honestly wouldn't think it would make any difference with a 2c pentium.