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Old 11-24-2008, 03:31 AM   #31 (permalink)
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What is the VID on your particular chip?
CoreTemp says 1.2750
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That's pretty high.

My e6600 is 1.225
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Nah, for a Q6600 that's not bad at all.
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A lot of the newer Q's are 1.3250
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^^ yeah... thats just terrible tho, although the recent one's have gone downhill alot... i think intel has stopped putting as much quality control into em cuz they're goin out soon... i'm running my chip at 3.6GHz on just 1.33V... i bet one from that batch wouldn't hit 3GHz on less than 1.4-1.45V
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Any tips to get it stable at higher speeds without adding more vcore?
GTL ref volts
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GTL ref volts
Up or down? I have 57x, 59x, 61x, or 63x.


They seem to make no difference when I change them.
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you can't try .67/.67?
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you can't try .67/.67?
I've tried them all, they don't seem to affect stability. Which is better?

As far as I know they're the reference levels for it to trigger. So when you get noise if your reference is .57, if the voltage hits 57% it considers it a high signal. Or something like that. So having a higher reference may reduce the effect of the increased noise at higher clocks, but then again, the signal might not make it all the way to 67% before it's told to go back down and never trigger the binary 1. So who knows which is better?
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well default on a q6600 is .63/.67

As far as I understand it, as you increase vFSB sometimes raising the GTL refs improve stability. However I've never quite got the hang of it.....I did find that .67/.67 or .675/.675 improved stability on some my 65nm quads
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