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    Default What is the stock VTT for P35 boards

    I have the P35-DS4 and I can't find any proof on what the stock VTT is for P35 boards, 1.1v or 1.2v? I'am getting both and Intel doesn't say in their P35 documentation...

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    Default Re: What is the stock VTT for P35 boards

    Stock VTT depends on the CPU used and as far as I know it's 1.2V or there abouts.
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    Default Re: What is the stock VTT for P35 boards

    Well im on a 45nm quad and VTT is at +0.20v so thats either 1.30v or 1.40v..

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    Default Re: What is the stock VTT for P35 boards

    Yes. If default is 1.1V you're at 1.3V, but if it's 1.2V you're at 1.4v, which is quite high for even a big overclock.

    Consult your mobo manual, it may tell you there. A copy is available from the Gigabyte webby if you've mislaid it. Also a google search might turn something up, or a quick search on extremesystems, which is a wealth of information.
    Coolermaster CM 690 II advance Case
    Corsair HX750 (CWT, 91%(80+ Gold rated @230V) single 62A 12V rail
    P55A-UD4 v2.0 @ F14
    Core i5 760 @ 20 x 201, 4.02GHz
    TRUE Black with a single Noctua NF-P12 pumping out 55 CFM @ 19db .
    2 x 2GB Mushkin Ridgeback (996902), @ 7-10-8-27, 2010-DDR, 1.66v
    2 x Gigabyte GTX 460 1024MB in SLI (Pre OC'd to 715MHz core and 1800MHz VRAM) @ 850 Core / 4100 Mem.
    Intel X25-M Boot Drive (OS and Programs) 200MB/s Read & 90MB/s Write
    Corsair X32 200MB/s Read & 100MB/s Write
    WD Caviar Blue 640GB C (Steam, Games, Storage, Temp Files & Folders, etc)
    Samsung F3 500GB Backup/Images
    Noctua 1300RPM 19dB case fan (rear extraction)
    3 x 140 MM Coolermaster LED fans (one front intake, one top extraction, one side intake)
    Dell Ultra Sharp 2209WAf E-IPS @ 1680x1050

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