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  • Merman
    replied to tRD "Performance" bios bug?
    Re: tRD "Performance" bios bug?



    The stock setting is Turbo, which does set the memory settings faster than Standard. Extreme is even more aggressive and sets memory voltage higher than stock too.

    Standard is the conservative setting and...
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  • Merman
    replied to tRD "Performance" bios bug?
    Re: tRD "Performance" bios bug?



    I saw the first post and tRD changes from 7 to 9 when manually setting the multipler from auto and keeping the advanced tRD setting at auto.




    Now with that in mind re-read what...
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    Last edited by Merman; 10-23-2008, 02:37 PM.

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  • Merman
    replied to EP45DS3 Sata recognition slow
    Re: EP45DS3 Sata recognition slow

    If you don't have a Raid disable the SATA RAID/AHCI Mode in the Integrated Peripherals screen of the Bios. Its the first option.
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  • Merman
    replied to tRD "Performance" bios bug?
    Re: tRD "Performance" bios bug?

    When selecting Auto for the System Memory Multipler the BIOS is selecting certain memory configurations. With the Performance Enhance set to Turbo the Bios will program an aggressive setting, which means a lower tRD and maybe higher MCH...
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  • Merman
    replied to Intel VID vs what the box says...
    Re: Intel VID vs what the box says...



    Well I was talking about the P35 as Gigabyte did change the Normal CPU Vcore in the 7 to 8 bios on my board and would not be surprised if they did on your board too.



    I read the whole thread and made my...
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  • Re: Can someone confirm my power supply is up the creek?!



    It is really the bios vid as vid is dynamic and yes Intel advises 1.3625v for your CPU.

    Target idle voltage is as you now know the bios voltage after V-offset. Since you already know the current offset...
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  • Merman
    replied to Intel VID vs what the box says...
    Re: Intel VID vs what the box says...



    What bios are you using with which board and when was the last time you updated???

    As posted before this has not been my experience. The VID in the bios, which is being talked about here, has changed on my system and...
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  • Re: Can someone confirm my power supply is up the creek?!



    Setting 1.4 in Bios will let the CPU run at lower voltage because of V-offset and V-droop but will allow voltage spikes to 1.4 volts and more, which is allowed for short periods per Intel specifications.
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  • Merman
    replied to Intel VID vs what the box says...
    Re: Intel VID vs what the box says...



    What Intel DTS Means for Enthusiasts - Tom's Hardware...
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  • Merman
    replied to Intel VID vs what the box says...
    Re: Intel VID vs what the box says...



    This information is a bit dated. The tjmax for the 45nm processors has been released but not for the 65nm processors.

    Intel gave out this info at the last Intel's Developer Forum in Sept. There was a PDF file out for...
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