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Thread: ** How to setup CPU/MCH GTL Ref Voltages Vs. EasyTune **




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    Default Re: ** How to setup CPU/MCH GTL Ref Voltages Vs. EasyTune **

    I know the basics, it was just that I thought I could use ET for testing when at work :) Sadly, not likely to work for me.

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    Default Re: ** How to setup CPU/MCH GTL Ref Voltages Vs. EasyTune **

    Hai guys, just wondering, i know that setting this value GTL can make more smoothing when overclocking and even can make lower volts...am i right?? so i assume if i can manage vcore 1,4375v for 3,8GHz Q9400, with this tweak i can lower volts especially vcore maybe 1,41 or 1,42v.... correctme if i'm wrong :)
    and i wanna know what value do i have to set in gtl/cpu reference? and thx for everyone sharing in this thread especially lsdmeasap.
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    Default Re: ** How to setup CPU/MCH GTL Ref Voltages Vs. EasyTune **

    What FSB are you using, you should only need CPU GTL adjustments after 500 FSB, it mainly helps with stability not lowering voltages.

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    Default Re: ** How to setup CPU/MCH GTL Ref Voltages Vs. EasyTune **

    Oh i see .... so if i try oc in FSB500 then i should tweak this setting? now i'm running FSB 450 for daily so i guess no need to tweak this setting.
    Again if i try FSB500 then what value should i change? i know how to change from page 1 thx for lsdmeasap :) but do i change by increasing or lowering GTL/cpu reference??
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    Default Re: ** How to setup CPU/MCH GTL Ref Voltages Vs. EasyTune **

    Ya, it's normally not needed until higher FSB like 500, CPU ref I mean.

    MCH ref you can tune anytime, and you maybe should always. Try .68-.74 MCH ref with your intended Vtt, and if that does not help try .78-.92

    You set Vtt to 1.20, then adjust MCH Ref to what you want to try, then raise Vtt back to what you wanted to use.

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