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Old 12-28-2005, 03:52 AM   #1 (permalink)
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what is the max VID, VID Controler, Chip, and DIMM voltages because im a fairly poor person and dont want to fry my comp. btw I tryed looking on the net but didnt comeup with anything, and what if i have too much voltage and too little HTT will it damage the CPU. Thanks.
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the idea is basically you have to be really observant and take baby steps so that you can see if something has an untoward effect before you take it to far. for a venice i would not take vcore past 1.45v. remember that voltage increases also increase heat output so you need to make sure your cooling is adequate. if you want to get an idea of the capabilities of you ram we need a make and model.
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I have http://www.newegg.com/product/produc...82E16820220037
and Ive taken the voltage to over 1.55 and the DIV multiplyer thing to over 105%... Im guessing thats too much... I changed it back to the default settings and hopefully didnt cause any damage.. Thanks
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