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    Default Re: Going All Out On This One Case Mod And All

    Qpi was 1.26. I will explore HT off now when I get somemore testing time. Is your 4.5 HT on or off?

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    Default Re: Going All Out On This One Case Mod And All

    yeah ht for me. I feel at 4.5 you dont really need it unless the cpu can do it at low voltage..

    1.26 qpi/vtt?? at 215 bclk... what was ram at 1720? thats a hell of alot better then my cpu i need 1.355.

    you could probably run 4.6 24/7 depending on temps and what vcore needed.
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