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Old 02-09-2009, 10:56 PM   #11
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whats vdroop?
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VDroop is an event. When your CPU is running at full load, the regular idle voltage usually drops a little bit. This drop is called the VDroop. I think there's a term for the drop between BIOS VCore and idle VCore. Maybe VDrop?
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oh okay. so should i do all that without touching the VCore right?
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What's your current VCore at BIOS, idle, and full load? What are full load temps?
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Idle = 1.51
full load= 1.46
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What are temps? If you're near 55C you've already neared the heat wall. We'll have to work with what we have.
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idle is about 40c

full load hovers about 50 - 51c
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I'd definitely keep it as it is. Let's try to work around it. Can you change your settings to what I suggested earlier or do you have a locked multiplier?
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umm i believe its locked. its not a black edition. how can i find out?
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Well go into the BIOS and simply see if you can change it. If you don't have an option then you can't change it (duh right :P). It's OK though. Try to change all the settings that you can from the list I gave you. Don't touch the Frequency or VCore yet.
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