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Old 03-09-08, 11:35 PM   #13
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I have line dampening on my 780i. Asus calls it Load Line Calibration, but I don't use it becasue takes away VOffset and VDroop which are there to protect the CPU. You actually thinks it's a good feature? LOL Read this:
http://www.anandtech.com/cpuchipsets...spx?i=3184&p=5

actually I have read that. You got to understand tho. I run 1.32V on my CPU to hold it at 3.42GHz Without load line cal. I need 1.41 due to the fluctuations and huge V drop. I'll take the smaller bursts of voltage from the spikes rather then running it super high 24/7
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actually I have read that. You got to understand tho. I run 1.32V on my CPU to hold it at 3.42GHz Without load line cal. I need 1.41 due to the fluctuations and huge V drop. I'll take the smaller bursts of voltage from the spikes rather then running it super high 24/7
1.41 in BIOS, not your acutally idle/load vcore right? If you set your vcore to 1.41V in BIOS, your actually idle voltage is probably around 1.33, 1.34V and load at 1.28/1.29V maybe, so you're not runnning 1.41V 24/7 anyways. I don't really see the issue here.
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no those are my running idle voltages bios is 1.43 I have a .02 offset from bios to idle and a 0.08 - 0.1V drop under load without the dampener.
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