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Old 10-14-2008, 07:13 PM   #21
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so i think im going to stick with 3Ghz - 320mhz FSB - 400Mhz Ram - 5:4 Ratio.
is the CPU Core at 1.18V safe?
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Old 10-15-2008, 08:01 AM   #22
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Yes, that Vcore's fine.
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whats the max Vcore that the E7200 can handle?

i noticed that the CPU volts and CPU Core are different, when i give my CPU 1.175 (same as VIS) volts, the CPU Core is showing 1.4V. When im giving it 1.2V its showing 1.8V as the CPU Core.
thats normal right?
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Old 10-18-2008, 03:43 AM   #24
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whats the max Vcore that the E7200 can handle?
I really depends on how much you're willing to give it. There is no definitive answer to this question. A lot of people on the internet have been talking about degradation from high Vcore, I personally think that it's more due to high FSB termination/VVT voltage. I've been running mine at 1.352V for ~four months fine so that might give you a rough idea.
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i noticed that the CPU volts and CPU Core are different, when i give my CPU 1.175 (same as VIS) volts, the CPU Core is showing 1.4V. When im giving it 1.2V its showing 1.8V as the CPU Core.
thats normal right?
I don't quite understand what you mean there? Are you talking about BIOS settings vs in Windows readings?
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I don't quite understand what you mean there? Are you talking about BIOS settings vs in Windows readings?
The one in the Bios where i give the Volts.
I give 1.200 on my CPU, but on my CPU Core in my System monitor says 1.18V.
im thinking of setting the Vcore to 1.2V to see if i can get my FSB gets higher, i think the highest Vcore i tried was 1.18V.
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I give 1.200 on my CPU, but on my CPU Core in my System monitor says 1.18V.
That's normal. It's called Vdroop.
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so when i give 1.2V, and the Vcore says 1.18V, i should keep in mind that it is actually 1.2V?
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No, the in windows reading is correct.
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