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Old 03-29-2008, 04:52 PM   #1 (permalink)
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ok so what is the minimum safe voltage i can put thru my x38 northbridge and the maximum safe voltage i can put thru it, i lookedo n goolge but couldnt find much.
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I would keep it under 1.6ish and keep an eye on the temperatures with everest or something.


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ooohh that looks nice. I'll have to get me one of thems.
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Thats a nice feature on that g15, maybe i should of put out the extra money from my g11... but i couldn't find a g15 with those 18 x3 programmable keys.
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i have a g15 to its preaty nice, but is 1.6 the recomended or yoru sugestionÉ because the max i can set it to is 1.8 and 1.6 is very close so im afraid it might be dangerously high.
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What sort of FSB are you trying to hit? I set my P5E to 1.53 to hit 470fsb. I haven't tried lower thoughl.
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seen people do 1.7 on it before. For testing though
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well on xs people go up to 1.85-1.9...but i wouldnt reocmmend that
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well on xs people go up to 1.85-1.9...but i wouldnt reocmmend that
they are pretty.. extreme over there
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im going for 450 fsb lol, to do a suicide run of 4.0ghz when i get my 3870x2. i can get my comp to boot but not run 3d marck 06 so im tryign to get it to stay stable enuf to get thru 3dmarck 06 atleast.
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