Originally Posted by hat
I was thinking about this the other day. I can understand frying the memory controller with too much voltage, but why is it dangerous to have more than a .5v gap between VTT (I thought it was cpu vcore, guess not) and vmem?
Secondly, what does VTT voltage help with anyway? Does it aid when pushing a higher FSB? This shouldn't matter on 1155, right? Does increasing VTT or NB voltage aid in achieving a higher multiplier?
The .5V is pretty much within tolerance so you should be ok.