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    Default Re: Motherboard voltage self-test before post?

    Quote Originally Posted by profJim View Post
    • cpu-z (several instances can be run at the same time)
    CPU and Motherboard tabs.

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    Default Re: Motherboard voltage self-test before post?

    Thanks, ProfJim, chike.

    I tested the four programs out. But they do not tell you what your settings are. They tell you what you set in the BIOS and what the AUTO settings should be. For instance, CPU-Tweaker tells you the XMP settings of other memory timings.

    It turns out that Memset is not for systems with IMC. The i7 equivalent is "CPU-Tweaker." And Core Temp gives N/A for each cpu core VID. I guess it is difficult to see what the BIOS is doing with AUTO. :)

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    Default Re: Motherboard voltage self-test before post?

    The target voltages in EasyTune is what is actuall being set by BIOS, manually or auto.

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    Default Re: Motherboard voltage self-test before post?

    Thanks, Chike. Then if you are correct, then My QPI multi is running at x16. Would that be called "slow mode?" And is cpu-Tweaker is correct, then my ram multi is running at x4. But this does not seem right. But I can't tell.

    If QPI multi can't run at x36, then what Voltage do I increase?

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    Default Re: Motherboard voltage self-test before post?

    EasyTune says my RAM speed is 1600MHz. So I guess the multi is indeed 8.

    And I meant that the QPI Frequency is 3600MHz, which I think means a multi of 18, not 16.

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    I am guessing CPU tweaker shows ram clock which is indeed x4, 800Hz for your memory, DDR memory transfer data twice with each clock cycle, that is it's rated frequency, 1600 for your memory.

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    Default Re: Motherboard voltage self-test before post?

    Thank you, Chike, for the answer. :)

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