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NF4 SLI chipset voltage - Is mine to high?

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Currently at 1.88V 43c load (chipset temp), 57c PWMIX, is this voltage to high ? whats the 'max' volts you should really go on an NF4 SLI chipset ?

 

Its currently under a swifttech water cooling chipset block, hence the fairly low temp considering the Volts. It Has to be this high for my 4200 x2 processor to be stable at 2600mhz.

 

Board is DFI Expert

cpu 2.6ghz x2 1.584v bus speed 273.5mhz x 9.5 (this is the only config that gets cpu to 2.6)

OCZ ram

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Well....keep on using that high voltage on your chipset and you'll soon find out....

I don't understand why on earth did you see the need to increase the chipset voltage that high when these boards reach 300HTT withouy ANY voltage increase on the chipset whatsoever...

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I wonder why my PC isnt stable then unless its that high ?:confused:

 

Run memtest from the BIOS and test #5 and #8 for 10-20 passes each. The all test for 20 passes. This is to rule out your memory been an issue.

 

Then run Prime95 for a minimum of 8hr or more. This will shake out any stability problems.

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