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Old 08-19-2006, 06:25 AM   #1 (permalink)
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what does nF4 voltage do?

i tried a long time ago unsuccessfully to OC my system.. i got it upto 209 FSB, lol... anyways i now see this nf4 thing and was wondering if it could play a role...
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no.. you shouldnt have to touch your chipset voltage, only your cpu and ram
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agreed. don't mess with the chipset voltage. it is exactly what it says, the voltage provided to the nFORCE 4 Northbridge chip. it should be 1.5v default if memory serves. apparently it can increase an overclock but that is in very particular circumstances.
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