TL-60 Voltage

customisbetter

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So i just bought an MSI gx610 with an AMD tl-60. i am using rmclock to manage the voltages and multiplier settings and i was wondering if this is detrimental to the CPU or chipset in general. i also have the FSB overclocked a little with clock gen.

Battery- performance on demand
870 mhz, 4x, .875 Volts ------- performance------1.97 ghz, 9x, 1.075 Volts

AC power
2.2 ghz, 10x, 1.15 Volts


Are these voltages ok? They were all originally 1.15 volts and i turned them down to cool it down (and its working). BTW all of these voltages made it throught the wprime stability test.

Thanks,
-Ed


 

overclockingrocks

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those voltages are perfectly ok. I myself run my TL-50 @ .900V at full speed and .875 at 800Mhz on batteries. you could probably get yours down to .9V at full speed
 
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