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gingerbee March 8, 2009 05:29 PM

i7 voltage question
 
vcore @1.2 but comes out at 1.18 vdroop now my qpi/vtt is at 1.21 now i have heard that you should keep these within .03 of each other opinions please

gingerbee March 9, 2009 04:29 AM

wow alot of i7 overclockers ah ha ha off to anandtech i guess

3.0charlie March 9, 2009 04:32 AM

1. Where have you "heard" this.
2. Because I have never read about this split.

gingerbee March 9, 2009 05:47 AM

one of the guys at anandtech and overclockers looking for link

gingerbee March 9, 2009 05:52 AM

this is one forum i got quick QPI/DRAM Core Voltage for i7 too high? - [H]ard|Forum so far i don't seem to have any problems i am not really worried i just thought it was weird cause i just heard it in the last couple of weeks from overclockers i would other i7 overclockers opinions thank

gingerbee March 9, 2009 05:55 AM

and off topic a little info on vdimm voltage and qpi/vtt v's core i7 qpi/vtt - vdimm voltage grave yard - Forums - OverclockingWiki.org

3.0charlie March 9, 2009 06:03 AM

Uncore-to-Vram split of 0.5V is nothing new. As for the 0.03V, that's news to me.

gingerbee March 9, 2009 06:06 AM

yes .5v is fine i understood that a long time ago but .3 has me just off that with vdroop (so what come next what happens now) ha ha ha

zlojack March 9, 2009 07:34 AM

VTT and VDIMM need to be within 0.5 of one another, AFAIK that's the only one.

This other one you're mentioning is something I've not seen before.

gingerbee March 9, 2009 08:45 AM

thank for the input


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