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qpi v within .5 of dram bus v


xchrissypoox
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Okay so I keep seeing this "QPI/DRAM Core Voltage – This is the voltage of your QPI or Quick path interconnect. This helps with overclocking the QPI frequency, it is also recommended to keep this within 0.5v of the DRAM Bus Voltage, having the difference above 0.5 can be hazardous to your CPU" from here but I've seen it other places too.

 

okay so if you are supposed to keep it within .5 of the dram bus voltage then that would mean if I have my ram running at 1.65v then I need to run the qpi/dram core voltage at 1.6v right? doesn't that seem really really high since the stock dram voltage is 1.2?

 

 

 

 

 

edit: I'm a retard, those decimals really mess me up, I seriously had been thinking about this all night. :smack:

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edit: I'm a retard, those decimals really mess me up, I seriously had been thinking about this all night. :smack:

 

:lol:

 

Anyways, I've heard this as well, but it's not really an issue because RAM is usually around 1.5-1.65V and QPI about 1.2-1.4V.

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