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    Default Re: Q9550 @ 500FSB On EP45-UD3P...

    What Im saying is right..all the other posts are just window dressing.
    In my wisdom I shall now cast my wand of thread ending.
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    Default Re: Q9550 @ 500FSB On EP45-UD3P...

    This is going to be my last post in this thread. Hopefully it will die at the bottom of the forum in good time.

    I must make clear that this isn't simply x opinion vs y opinion. It's about someone advocating not bothering adjusting certain settings, running extremely high voltages and then touting it as a valid "alternative method". it's down right dangerous. If he wants to do it, then fine, but the arrogance displayed by recommending others take shortcuts which may or may not damage their equipment.

    This seems to be the point that (with all due respect) the moderator which posted failed to notice. Fine, all CPU's are different, but what does that have to do with shoving excess voltage into something without adjusting other values that have strong influence on how much of that voltage is actually needed in the first place?

    I'm not going to say my conduct in this thread has been flawless, and I'm not going to say I didn't get just the little bit frustrated but if someone were to copy these settings/methods, they may well cost themselves 100's of /$. I should have let the OP's inability to grasp the concept of risk and other such wild outbursts to speak for the validity of his posts, but I didn't. that was a mistake.

    Sorry if anyone read this thread and thought WTF? It got way way longer than it ever should have. I enjoy the relative freedom of this forum, but from time to time, a more firm moderation would be nice. Many many other forums would have had this thread locked a long time ago. I'm not blaming anyone for the content of this thread BTW.

    Lets keep political views aside, and let this thread rot.

    |Edit: I did say this is my last post, so I'm not going to add another. PM Lsdmeasap if you like and ask him his opinion. Sure he states if you're stable then don't change this setting. However that statement wasn't written to tell you not to bother adjusting them if you need such a ridiculous VTT voltage. Are you some kind of iddiot? do you not understand that altering GTL's can dramatically reduce VTT? It's not about stability only, it's about maintaining stability WITHOUT USING SUCH A RETARDED LEVEL OF VOLTAGE. LOLOL! Think outside the box? If that means willingly ignoring settings used to minimise voltages, then I'm happy thinking in the box thank you, Mr OC hero.

    Any ways, I'm off down the shops. I won't bother looking left and right as I cross the road, because due to Storm's infinite wisdom, the risk of getting flattened by a car is exactly the same either way.
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    Default Re: Q9550 @ 500FSB On EP45-UD3P...

    This too will be my last post with good reason and anyone here can read it to verify that Psycho101 is contradicting Lsdmeasap (the forum moderator's own posting)

    Lsdmeasap wrote a great write up on adjusting the "MCH GTL REF voltages vs. Easytune6"

    It's actually available to be read as part of his signature as a link.

    Below is the link explaining these voltage setups and feelings on such
    http://forums.tweaktown.com/f69/how-...asytune-29746/

    Maxfx and Dodgexander asked why bother setting these voltages..They both feel as they want an explanation.. Dodgexander writes about Lsdmeasap explaining that leaving these settings on auto makes sure these values are correct and wants to know if there missing out on something..

    Then right under Nickel020's response explaining to them what there about Lsdmeasap writes this..PLEASE CHECK THIS AS IT"S WRITTEN BY HIM NOT ME USING THE LINK AND SCROLLING DOWN

    "If you are stable in OCCT/Orthos/Prime/Memtest or Intel Burn test then you have no need to change this setting".

    Pretty bad when the moderator feels if your stable why touch these settings IE.. (If It Ain't Broke Don't Fix It) I told you I was stable so why adjust just to adjust..

    I hope you write to him the way I was written too cause I felt that was not required because I was stable and comfortable running my current voltages at what they are..

    Actually Kayosszero picked up on the blatant character bashing that was going on here also as did Kick who stepped in as moderator and wanted to end the thread and according to Psycho101 "didn't notice"

    Sorry Kick you didn't agree with Psycho101 you need to agree then that proves to him you noticed..

    Psycho101 you have proved nothing more that your opinion you feel is superior over mine (In your eyes and then you speak of "arrogance" I'll let the posts speak for themselves)

    This is really a dead post, but the final word is you go against a moderator in this forum!!!..Pretty scary..

    I feel we as overclockers have opinions on what's best, voltages, components, operating systems, stability testing software, fans, heatsinks, you name it and that's how we gain knowledge and makes us individuals.. and without them we would all be running stock speed with the same system and setup..BORING...

    Is it safe??

    Nothing is safe about playing with fire..Will my cpu die? I'm sure it will.. do you have any proof yours will outlive mine other than your opinion..Sorry you don't...I run the settings I'm comfortable with as do you are you more intelligent I don't think so... I bet if you posted your system settings not all people would agree with them all are they wrong no they just don't agree..

    You have to continue to think outside the box or overclocking performance will become stagnant..and you fail to continue to learn what maybe possible..

    Good luck to all with all there overclocking endevors!!




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    Default Re: Q9550 @ 500FSB On EP45-UD3P...

    So I see Psycho has once again chimed in with his edit...

    I have to tell your ignorance to others knowledge is astounding..

    After all these posts about what you consider safe voltages where are the people with all the dead cpu's with vtt voltage?? There has to be more than 1 claiming vtt other than from that debunked article from anandtech isn't that a little strange??? All people have to do is research with a quick search of anyone else having a cpu fail..Guess what other than that article..NADA ZERO..I haven't heard any person say there cpu is dead ...Anyone reading this has to admit that's weird..

    I have to say you claiming it was your last post then you add your edit cuase you feel threatned you went against a moderator..

    |Edit: I did say this is my last post, so I'm not going to add another. PM Lsdmeasap if you like and ask him his opinion. Sure he states if you're stable then don't change this setting. However that statement wasn't written to tell you not to bother adjusting them if you need such a ridiculous VTT voltage. Are you some kind of iddiot? do you not understand that altering GTL's can dramatically reduce VTT? It's not about stability only, it's about maintaining stability WITHOUT USING SUCH A RETARDED LEVEL OF VOLTAGE. LOLOL! Think outside the box? If that means willingly ignoring settings used to minimise voltages, then I'm happy thinking in the box thank you, Mr OC hero.


    Your such a know it all that you feel your an authority on what the right answer is anyone disagreeing is implied an iddiot..Your telling people what Lsdmeasap made clear if your stable don't adjust just to adjust..

    You can argue to hear yourself or try editing your posts and try to get the last word in your only competance to being correct is what all the other forums try to do is scare us into thinking that overclocking is safe it isn't ..

    I'm at 500FSB with a C1 Stepped Q9550 and you DON't have my cpu or any expeirence with my system at all HOW DO YOU KNOW WHAT VOLTAGES IT REQUIRES..YOU DON"T

    If your were as wise as you think you would realize that the truth is every system is different and accept that..You wouldn't encourage testing with settings that MAY OR MAY NOT have any benefit to your system if your already stable and comfortable.(once again he has no proof he's correct he has his opinion)

    Sorry to anyone reading Psycho101's dilluded,self rightous, opinions he wants us to believe that he has the answers that are always right and he doesn't..

    That's the only fact I've seen here..I don't live in these forums ,but I can tell you if you take the time to read all the posts in this thread you will see this isn't about ideas or suggestive tweaking it's about Psycho's feeling insecure someone doesn't agree with Psycho's ideas..

    Overclocking to any level has no certainty of safety. When we overclock we are suppost to understand that. I understand I'm running for 9 months now with 0 ill effects other then some bashing on this forum cause I achieved a speed with my own methods So much for learning something what have you taught us great teacher Psycho..I'm using the computer you feel should have been dead so quickly to type to you this whole time..GET OVER YOURSELF..and understand your degree is in OPINIONS>>
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    Default Re: Q9550 @ 500FSB On EP45-UD3P...

    For fu*k sake GIVE IT UP!

    Jesus christ! If you really think Lsdmeasap would say not to bother adjusting GTL's when using stupid values for VTT then PM him and ask why don't you.

    Again, it's you who's making me out to be some ego maniac. Is that all you can do? Fabricate a situation so you can try and sound superior.

    Again, ASK HIM WHAT HE MEANS, don't simply read something then twist it to your advantage.

    I have to say you claiming it was your last post then you add your edit cuase you feel threatned you went against a moderator..
    What? I'm not against anyone, you imbecile. You quoted LSD in regards to GTL's and stability, not GTL's and reducing stupid amounts of VTT. Are you really that simple, or are you just pretending for dramatic effect?

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    Psycho once again is upset awwwww..

    You have to stop with your sermon of your overclocking theory...

    You like to insult and keep posting and I will continue to respond, as it shows you are a sad excuse for a person to learn from..

    LSD meant what he said when he posted his tuning references..if your content with the system's stability and your current voltages DON'T ADJUST IT...

    You are a very shallow inmature person who once again from your insults shows your ignorance when you have no response to the point "SHOW ME PROOF" Someone elses opinion differs from your own and you bash them..

    I'm still waiting to hear about a cpu failure from my VTT voltage setting..

    You didn't post any cause once again you HAVE NO PROOF AND PROVIDE ONLY YOUR OPINION..An opinion which is not any more correct then mine..

    Well in the end I see only a person who feels strong trying to bully people..this isn't your school playground I have every right to respond and will if not just too prove the misinformation you provide is not FACT but your own overclocking phylosophy...Go ahead and write back, but if you respond hopefully you will provide the proof of your claim...Proof meaning more than scare tactics of more VTT voltage kills...search hard, contact intel or anyone you choose...

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    Dude, and I mean you, Storm, What are you doing man?!?!?! Do you not see your own hypocrisy.

    This has got to be one of the worst threads I have read in Tweaktown and for those who are reading this thread, I doubt it is representative of what Tweaktown is about.

    Lsd, kill or lock this thread for heaven's sake. It is an embarrassment to this forum.
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    Letting agrassions out is a good thing :-)

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    I think there are more positive ways to let out aggression, my friend.
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