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bluesky87
post Oct 16 2007, 04:03 AM

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Sorry if I'm posting at the wrong place but out of all the topics I've read through, this one seems to be the most suitable for me to ask my question. My question is simple, the stock vCore is 1.325, I see most of you guys have the higher vCore to reach your OC target. If I'm running a stable OC (8 hours+ Orthos) but my vCore is below the stock vCore e.g 1.225, will it be okay? Will it cause anything, any harm?
bluesky87
post Oct 17 2007, 03:31 PM

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QUOTE(Sanko @ Oct 17 2007, 02:28 PM)
as far as i know. nope, it won't hurt. lower vcore/vdimm should be better for 24/7. hehe..
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Thanks for your reply but I need more people to confirm on this. I'm lowering my vcore again as I've tested and it's stable. I can go to the lowest vcore as long as I'm stable right? Any harm or side effects please? Or like Sanko say it should be better if I could get lower vcore as in much lower than the stock vcore.

One more question, how do I check my vdimm please? I can only find my vdimm using EasyTune5 but it seems inaccurate to me on both vcore and vdimm. Any other softwares or anything to check my vdimm please? vcore I can check in BIOS but not vdimm.

 

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