Need help lowering voltage on stable O.C. of a 930 @ 4.0 on ga-x58a-ud
below are my settings for a tested 24hr prime95 blend run:
CPU CLOCK RATIO 21X QPI CLOCK RATIO X36 UNCORE CLOCK X16 ISOCHRONOUS SUPPORT ENABLED BCLK 191 PCI EXPRESS FREQUENCY 100 CPU CLOCK DRIVE 800mV PCI EXPRESS CLOCK DRIV 900mV CPU CLOCK SKEW 0ps IOH CLOCK SKEW 0ps PERFORMANCE ENHANCE STANDARD EXTREME MEMORY PROFILE DISABLED SYSTEM MEMORY MULTIPLIER 8.0 DRAM TIMING SELECTABLE AUTO INTEL TURBO BOOST DISABLED CPU MULTI-THREADING ENABLED <-- i want to leave it enabled C1E DISABLED C3/C6/C7 DISABLED CPU EIST FUNCTION DISABLED BI-DIRECTIONAL PROCHOT ENABLED VIRTUALIZATION TECHNOLOGY ENABLED LOAD LINE CALABRATION STANDARD CPU VCORE 1.375V <-- SET IN BIOS QPI/VTT 1.335V <-- SET IN BIOS CPU PLL 1.880V <-- SET IN BIOS PCIE AUTO --> SHOWS 1.500V IN BIOS QPI PLL AUTO --> SHOWS 1.100V IN BIOS IOH CORE 1.200V <-- SET IN BIOS ICH I/O AUTO --> SHOWS 1.500V IN BIOS ICH CORE 1.200V <-- SET IN BIOS DRAM VOLTAGE 1.640V <-- SET IN BIOS
my chip is a i7-930 batch#:3001a125
room temp is 79f <-- max summer temp in house
in a 20min run with prime95 blend my max core temp is 80c using an h50 with 133 cfm fan in pull mode. i am wanting to lower my vcore to help reduce my temp and i was wondering what other voltage adjustments i could make to help reduce the vcore. any sugestions would be much appreciated. o yea if you use my settings and melt your machine it is not my fault.
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Don't know what your question is?
Lower your voltages and test, every chip/mb is different.
H50 with 133 cfm fan and still a little high on temps, you may want to consider different cpu cooling if you are determined to stay at 4.0 Ghz.
i think there are some voltages you can increase which will allow you to decrease the vcore. since i am still a noob at this i am not shure which ones to increase.