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Topic Title: my cpu can run at just only 1v
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Created On: 03/12/2006 11:39 AM
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 03/12/2006 11:39 AM
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coconut
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somebody can lower than i
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and the second cpu
 03/12/2006 01:14 PM
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TheReturnOfAZ
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i used to play with this too, i got my 4400+ to 1.15v or something and my opteron might be able to go lower but im not sure how long i want to play with it

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 03/22/2006 09:47 PM
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quote:

Originally posted by: TheReturnOfAZ
i used to play with this too, i got my 4400+ to 1.15v or something and my opteron might be able to go lower but im not sure how long i want to play with it


wait you have a 4400+? Media center or something?

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