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Old 07-03-02, 12:47 PM Thread Starter   #1
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Low 12V line with Abit TH7 II


Is it normal that my 12V line is about 11.74 - 11.92 with a vcore of 1.6V?
I have a chieftec 340W PSU, 4 case fans and 1 harddisk depending on the 12V. I would like to push my vcore to 1.75V, but I think my 12V line will be to low then.
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Old 07-03-02, 01:06 PM   #2
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Give it a try. Nobody can say that. But I would think, it will work. Critical is 11.2v...

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