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    Default Re: Ga-p55-usb3 f8 and i5-750

    After a day i think all voltages etc. are safe and i haven't seen a drop in performance. QPI/Vtt and DRAM Voltage i guess are handled by the XMP rams and it sets them to QPI 1.2100v and Dram 1.66v. Should i disable XMP and set those values manually? Do i really need 1.21 on the qpi/vtt? Thanks.

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    you can try manually setting it and not use xmp,you might be able to lower qpi/vtt voltage,you would need to test it,1.21v for qpi/vtt is fine though
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    Wazza can you help me lower the Normal Cpu Vcore without using the DVID? All the DVID settings i see in forums are used to give more voltages not to lower it. The normal CPU VCore of my bios is for some reason i dont understand too high 1.30625v and we corrected it with -0.10000v. Can we correct it using another setting? Can i set the CPU VCore manually to 1.1v without using the DVDID? I dont trust it. Here are my settings plase correct if you can :

    Load line calibration = AUTO
    CPU VCore : Normal = 1.30625v Current = Normal
    DVID : Normal = =0.00000v Current = -0.10000v
    Qpi/Vtt : Normal = 1.100v Current = Auto

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    why dont you trust it? you can only manually set the cpu voltage to say 1.20625 or try with lower maybe 1.23000v,if you set it like this the voltage will stay at a constant voltage and wont throttle down,if you set it to normal and use dvid it will throttle down at idle

    you could try normal cpu v,and dvid -0.10400v and see if is stable with less
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    So the sleep states of the CPU and the throttling down are affected by the Dynamic Vcore? Because on default bios settings those voltages were untouched and still the CPU throttled down. If i lower the DVDID more will it remain at 0,75v on idle or will it drop both load and idle voltages down? I am asking because Intel specs are 0.6v the lowest for the CPU to operate.

    I was thinking of a constant 1.0v for both load and idle states. I have seen it in an overclock by a guy who used 1.09v for both idle and load and it had it OC'ed to 3.4ghz. I am guessing with stock clocks i can definitely achieve those voltages or lower.
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    cpu throttles on normal and on auto,but it will usually overvolt things,doesnt matter how low the cpu voltage goes aslong as its stable and doesnt restart or blue screen,you would need to test it,dvid should only slightly lower idle voltage but reduce or add more load voltage depending on how much you add or take away with +0.00000 or -0.00000
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    Oh i see so it wont reduce much of the idle voltages but it will reduce the load voltages much more. Ok for me now it is a matter of choice, i know both will work. I just don't understand the logic of throttling down the voltages as well. Isn't that bad supposedly for electronic equipments? I mean if i had an overclock that would need 1.3v i would understand the throttling down to 0.9v. But if i am at stock what do i win from the loop 1.15v to 0.75v?

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    Default Re: Ga-p55-usb3 f8 and i5-750

    Quote Originally Posted by Darkling View Post
    But if i am at stock what do i win from the loop 1.15v to 0.75v?
    But your stock vcore is 1.3v not 1.15v.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chike View Post
    But your stock vcore is 1.3v not 1.15v.
    Well that is another issue, i guess Gigabyte said : "Hmm, Intel says 1.4 max lets put 1.3 for those EasyTune lovers out there to overclock the hell out of the CPU".

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    No this value is burnt into the CPU by Intel.

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