Discussion in 'News' started by btarunr, Aug 27, 2013.
I love the smell of corrupted data in the morning! Don't you?!
Wrong. Haswell allows up to 166 max BCLK. But that can cause PCie instability if you do not tweak it right i'm pretty sure.
Not talking about bclk straps (100, 125, 166 and 250 iirc), but the tolerance of the bclk when using any given strap: the same 5-10% max variation from "stock" value ( something like 155 to 175 mhz when using the 166 strap, for example) applies.
And i'm pretty sure when you're using say the 125 bclk strap, the pci-e bus is still running at 100 mhz...
imo , intel has extremely strong guidelines and quality assurance . Im sure they wont release a faulty product that doesnt last long . Maybe they have something up their sleeves .
But theoretically i do agree with everyone that over clocking or increasing the performance of said "data" is unethical in todays technology ,but before we jump to conclusions i think we should wait and see ..
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