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longsiew Jan 18th, 11, 03:50 PM #31

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actually, asus website list the pro as 16x/4x. not sure if bios can fix or electically fixed.
There is 8 tiny chip at the side of the PCI-E slot. 1st PCI-E slot has 16 tiny chips....Dunno electically fixed or bios support. What I know is that when SLI, both are 8x/8x and SLI score not much different from 16x/16x on X58 platform
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Microstar Apr 17th, 11, 07:01 PM #33
Sorry to revive this thread..just wondering..by raising the vcore so high until 1.6v how come you overclockers don't worry about the long term effects on your CPUs ah? What exactly is a safe vcore to be working on 24/7?
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MacClipper Apr 17th, 11, 09:21 PM #34
Some I dunno but there are some RMAsters around ie. masters well honed in the black art of RMA.

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lennardseah Apr 17th, 11, 09:22 PM #35
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Sorry to revive this thread..just wondering..by raising the vcore so high until 1.6v how come you overclockers don't worry about the long term effects on your CPUs ah? What exactly is a safe vcore to be working on 24/7?
according to intel - 1.52v
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Microstar Apr 18th, 11, 01:14 AM #36
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according to intel - 1.52v
That's higher than i thought...wasnt it 1.35v ?
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Some I dunno but there are some RMAsters around ie. masters well honed in the black art of RMA.

I truly fail terribly at this cos I hate breaking working stuff unless I can't help it (almost never, may be actually never), totally different perspective in life.
Haha doesn't the CPU pins melt when there's way too much voltage going thru? Like that still valid for RMA ?
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1.35v can only give you a pussy overclock most of the time
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Shrek Apr 18th, 11, 12:22 PM #39
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1.35v can only give you a pussy overclock most of the time
Valid for sandy bridge?
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MacClipper Apr 18th, 11, 12:36 PM #40
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Haha doesn't the CPU pins melt when there's way too much voltage going thru? Like that still valid for RMA ?
LGA chips have no pins, Intel wised up and passed the buck to the mobo makers which get the raw deal with burnt/bent/broken pins.

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MacClipper May 13th, 11, 01:54 AM #41
Looked around for a SB o'cing thread in this subforum and found this one 1st. Just wanted to post a delidded SB chip for VR guys to take a look at the soldered IHS.
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