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New PSU allows lower Vcore :D

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Last response: in Systems
May 25, 2008 1:20:38 PM

Strange but true.
Replaced my Coolermaster 650w with a single rail 60A 750w Corsair unit.
Only mechanical difference is the new psu has 2 of those 4 pin mobo/cpu plugs, which i plugged in.

See sig below

Bios 1.15v
Idle: 1.12v
Load: 1.09v

Bios: 1.125v (2nd lowest setting :D )

The new psu definitely runs more stable.
Anyway, 2.7Ghz on a B3 Q6600 stable at 1.06v is pretty good methinks :bounce: 

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May 26, 2008 1:02:02 PM

That's a good thing. I think your new psu is more quality that the old one in terms of providing continuous stable power. Continuous is what to look for in a psu as opposed to peak which generic psu makes LOVE to use as their maximum to make their products look good.