Discussion in 'TechPowerUp Club Forum' started by ShadowFold, Dec 22, 2008.
Problem fixed. Microcode Updation needs to be enabled. Getting 1800+ no problem now.
what volts for that shot, cda?
several... and so everyone knows erocker is selling some D9GTS in his FS thread they clock about as good
How many volts though? I know I don't want to go there.
2.2-2.4v they can do the same timings on intel with a much lower voltage though
Finally got a 1090 guys,great chip
nice is that stock vcore
No stock was a bit higher around 1.42 is what my board wanted to give it,be we know motherboards are never right
yep i hear that, well my unlocked p2 555 hits around the same, but get this i posted up at 4.4ghz not stable of course lmo
he's using cpuid 1.57... It gives low volts. If you want true *well closest* to actual volts you need to use V 1.55
I betcha in the bios it's around 1.42v on the core
I know this from using both versions and using a multi-meter to determine the difference in volts.
1.55 not a chance i would not pull your leg, but i agree acutal vcore is not always accurate
i have a multi meter, but not like the ch4 or what not has pin read outs to get the proper measure ment, as for my board does not have that so i dont want to risk it the find actual vcore read outs on the board
its the same thing in 1.55 and in bios so i dont know what your going on about? maybe you have a different motherboard and your logic is flawed
Different mobo, YES! logic flawed? I dont think so. Take a look at you screen shots
you think software is showing the right volts? Not!
i will see if i can hit the 4ghz with around the same vcore
That be easy but not stable
wanna bet lol
hammer on lol, this is me 24/7 stable
ok brad its on now, and btw what vcore u need for 4ghz
Ummm can i get an insight? Anything up to 3.9Ghz@1.4v with unlocked 555BE is good for LinX but anything past that clock speed ends in a restart/re-post of my bios without a bsod. What gives?
all depends on the batch running prime atm, well post back results 4ghz 1.4v
If this was for me, i'll get that info later.
If you look bro you see it in cpuid!
Vdda is set to stock 2.50v
Run the latest AOD stress test for 2hrs and then we'll see
BTW nice temperatures lol, now you know what im saying about software based monitoring programs?
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