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    Default X48T-DQ6 . Vcore question

    Im running this MB with a Intel 775 QX9650. Oc 4ghz with 420 FSB. and water cooled. To run stable with Lynx I have a Vcore 1.344 in CPUZ with LLC enabled. Temps. are max 56/57 100% with Lynx. It,s anything I can do to reduce may be a little this Vcore and keep stability like now?? BTW. FSB overvoltage is set: +.20 and MCH Core is set + .200
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    Default Re: X48T-DQ6 . Vcore question

    Yes LlC is enabled.
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    Default Re: X48T-DQ6 . Vcore question

    Well not much you can do then if you already tried lower and it became unstable.

    Better cooler block could help deal with the temps though. Your temps are ok now though, were you worried about them or just wanting to lower?

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    I was trying to see if it was some tip with this MB when ocing for reduce the Vcore,( may be a little or so) and be stable,thats all. BTW the bios dont have to much options to play with .Thanks
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    Default Re: X48T-DQ6 . Vcore question

    You have a few hidden options in this BIOS, they may help you lower Vcore a little bit, not sure?

    On the MAIN BIOS page hit Control + F1, the screen will flash, then go into MIT section and you should find the following hidden options:
    CPU/PCIEX Clock Driving Control [800mV]
    CPU Clock Skew Control [normal]
    GMCH Clock Skew Control [Normal]

    They shouldn't really be needed at your overclock speed though, so I doubt any tinkering with them will help you lower any voltages, they mainly help with stability.

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