PotoLOL Posted September 22, 2010 Share Posted September 22, 2010 EDIT: RAM PART NUMBER IN CPU-Z: CM3x2G1600c9 EDIT: Also, XMP is OFF. Should I turn it on? I am getting conflicting information on the net. :( I want to know if 1.48 for QPI/VTT will fry my CPU. Some say that this amount is too high, saying Intel warns against going over 1.3 or so. But RAM makers seem to be saying it is alright. I like my CPU and I don't want to harm it just because I want to run my memory at advertized speeds. CPU CLOCK...18x BLCK FREQUENCY...200 UNCORE CLOCK...19x <--16x seems to be unstable 3.6GHz, turbo on, speedstep drops CPU speed to 2.4GHz VCORE...1.20625 >>>QPI/VTT...1.48 CPU PLL...1.8 QPI PLL...1.4 ICH CORE...1.1 IOH CORE...1.1 DRAM...1.5 12 gigs 1600 9-9-9-24 2T <--these are advertized speeds At idle, both CPU and MCH temps stay at around mid 40degC. Intel Burn Test set to "very high" is stable. I suppose you will say that the voltage is alright. But please do say whether this will harm my CPU's ability to reach its life expectancy. Thank you. :) Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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