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LOWEST VOLTAGES WITH ASUS P6T AND i7 930

Discussion in 'Overclocking & Cooling' started by pabloottawa, Apr 12, 2011.

  1. pabloottawa

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    Hey all,

    Trying to get my voltage down abit to run cooler on the Aus P6T mobo. I hear a lot about the i7 930 being able to handle 4Ghz at ridiculously low voltages but the lowest stable voltage I can reach is 1.3375. I've googled this topic many times but have not been able to get anything on the i7 930 AND the Asus P6T.

    Is anyone out there running an Asus P6T with their i7930 and able to get a stable system running on anything lower than 1.3375?

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    Anyone??? Bump
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    Can help, sorry. I am running a i5 at 3990 Mhz using 1.385 v. (seems "Asus-High"/overvolted)
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    It differs from chip to chip and from 1 mobo to another. If you found that 1.3375 v is the lowest stable then that's it. I, on the other hand, got satisfied with 3.8Ghz in order to keep it as colse to the stock voltage as possible, and I leave speedstep on so that it downclocks when processing power is not needed, and that's most of the time :d . You can do the same and lower the clock a little to find the sweet spot, believe me you won't notice a performance difference.
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    Thanks Avatar Raq, I'll try it. :)


    What did you set your CPU ratio and BCLK?
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    CPU ratio: Auto
    BCLK: 173
    UCLK: 3468
    QPI: 6244
    CPU Voltage: 1.25v
    QPI/Dram core coltage: 1.35v

    Again it differs from one chip to another, so find what suits yours best.

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