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Thread: Core Voltage on EX58-UD3R doesn't drop at idel

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    Default Core Voltage on EX58-UD3R doesn't drop at idel

    So I've overclocked it pretty good and I left speed step enabled.

    When the core drops to as low as a 10x multiplier but voltage stays up at 1.3v.

    Is there a way to get the dynamic voltage that speedstep provides, but still bump the voltage to allow more headroom for o/c'n?

    any help would be great.
    Last edited by sotti; 07-22-2009 at 05:06 AM. Reason: title should be idle, can't edit it, boo

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    Default Re: Core Voltage on EX58-UD3R doesn't drop at idel

    If you are setting the voltage manually, unfortunately you lose the option of the voltage decreasing at idle. This is one of the major reasons I chose to find my max overclock with stock voltages (see my sig)
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