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Thread: MCH Vcore - EP45-UD3R

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    Default Re: MCH Vcore - EP45-UD3R

    Once I was stable on the MCH voltage, I tightened the timings, but saw less bandwidth in Everest Ultimate. I didn't test stability since I wanted better bandwidth. I immediately loosened timings and saw bandwidth got better. When I saw that it didn't get any better, I stopped relaxing the timings and re-checked stability.

    Can't say for sure that tighter timings are unstable, but they gave me less bandwidth for soem reason.
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    Default Re: MCH Vcore - EP45-UD3R

    Well some settings will of course affect bandwidth negatively if you set them to low, or if you set them to low with improper voltages in use per the settings applied.

    I can say you guys may be right to a extent for sure as P45 chipset is very tricky when it comes to voltages and straps in use. Just do keep in mind not all settings lower is better

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