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    Default Problem voltage and overclocking Phenom II x4 955 BE


    Hello, After a long time I decided to scroll to and tap my processor. I set all the necessary parameters and then I saw that even though I had always crashed also set to 1.55V vcore. So taking a look at CPUID I saw that gave me v 1:40. even though I had set about 1:55 v and then I had to set 1.65v to inform 1:55 v. What is problem? Is this normal? I know that some board do not see. compared to those who say, a little 'as the speedometers of cars. The setup is this: Phenom II x4 955 BE. Asus M4A785TD-V EVO. 16 gb Ram Corsair 1600 MHz CL9 Vegeance, OCZ Fatal1ty 550W power supply, 2 ati 5770 1gb in cfx, I put the Loadline Calibration 100% because there is not enabled.

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    So if you go in the bios on the function jumper free configuration you will need to access the llc or load line calibration and set it manually even if I advise you to set it to 19 to 20 percent worked for me. What does this function just to keep the voltage stable if the current bios does not hold the tension test software with k10 stat and overclock the multiplier and voltage to keep it at 4GHz must keep such 1.5125 volts 1.52 so my only held up if you want to keep to 3.9 ghz sets the voltage to 1488 -1.5 volts you gonna evaluate the stability

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    Remember that adiruttura 1:55 -1.65 volts are too high and can seriously damage your processor. I suggest you maximum 1.5125 and max just 1:52 but not more also because then the temperatures rise dramatically and electromagnetic damage your processor. I recommend it to the heat sink and the cooling system of the PC. If you have a stock heatsink change it and buy one zalman CNPS 7X blue led or a scythe Katina 3 or 4. eye and the size of these sinks inside of your case.

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