Topic Title: Undervolt QL-65
Topic Summary: FID:13, DID:0, unstable due to high voltage required. FID:34, DID:1, stable at 0.9V, yet both have same net result GHz
Created On: 12/14/2012 05:00 AM
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 12/14/2012 05:00 AM
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I am using K10stat to undervolt my CPU, due to heat issues, and I have noticed that I can do two things to achieve 2.1GHz core speed

1. FID:13, DID:0. This is unstable due to heat, since I can't undervolt it to 0.9V, it requires >1V, which leaves my computer smoldering.

2. FID: 34, DID:1. With this I can achieve a stable 0.9V. (tested with Prime95)

Why is there a difference? I thought it was Bus Speed * Multiplier / Divider = Core. The core speed seems to be, pretty much, (800+100*FID)/(2^DID), for the QL-65. So the net result is the same. So why is there a difference?

Thank you

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