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Does crystalcpuid work with wolfdale? Or does my system just hate me?

Discussion in 'Overclocking & Cooling' started by comdrpopnfresh, Jun 11, 2009.

  1. comdrpopnfresh New Member

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    I can change multipliers with crystalcpuid, but changing voltages results in no change. I've got an e8400 on an asus p5n-d 750i.
     
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    Are there no voltage options in that bios?

    If not, is crystal set to read the correct chip name?
     
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    im thinking his clockgen might not be picking up the board properly also.
     
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    after finding the right combination of powersaving + manual/auto settings in bios, crystalcpuid can now change both the VID and FID. However, the range of VID is rather limited: 1.1-1.25V; so overclocking and using the program will be limited as well. Is this due to the cpu, or the motherboard? My old s939 X2 had immensely more voltage options, though I think amd cpus have a Vid table hard-coded on the die and intel cpus negotiate with vrms- something like that?
     

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