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Gipse

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Hi,

but you "designed" the data file, right? Good job :nod: !

I´ll try the meassuring points tomorrow with my multimeter, had a few beer to cool down myself ;) .

Right now I´m running 11x250, 1.5-2-5-2 and 3.4v on Ram (120mm + 90mm cooling on 12v for Ram and mosfet). MBM vore core reading: 1.53v and no more (untill now :rolleyes: ) problems!

I´ll keep you informed.

Thanks for your great help!

Gipse

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Gipse, I can vouch for what Soundx98 is sayin' about the CPU voltage and OCCT.

 

If I remember right, on my last run I think I started out at 1.54V, and wound up at 1.58V before it passed. I got the "CPU Not Stable" error a couple of times at 1.54-1.55V.

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Just something you might want to look at(and perhaps this is only in my

board :rolleyes: ) but I found that when my computer froze/restarted it was the

chipset that needed more voltage and not the CPU. When a test failed for some

reason but the system did not lock up or reboot it was the CPU that needed more

voltage.

 

Perhaps someone out there with more experience can confirm(or correct) this.

 

if you are going to measure everything with a multimeter you might want to use

some electrical tape around the chipset measuring point. It's pretty tight in there.

The vDimm and cpu voltage are pretty easy though.

 

Peter

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