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SlieTheSecond 11-23-07 12:31 PM

I picked up an Asus P5N32-E Sli Plus motherboard and it's overclocking time.
650i+570 chipsets

There are a couple voltage options I am not familiar with, as no other mother I have ever owned had these options.

2) 1.25 HT
3) DDRII Controller Ref Voltage
4) DDRII Channel A Ref Voltage
5) DDRII Channel B Ref Voltage

With CPU VTT set at 1.35. Asus PC Probe gives me a red warning.
If anyone could explain what those voltages are for, that would be great.

And if there is a general rule of thumb for safe voltages on the NB/SB would be great also. I know what they are for, but this is another option I have no experience with.


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