2 Replies Latest reply on Jan 16, 2013 2:55 AM by Fred Smit

    What is the maximum Vcore a  3770K  can run? 1.52V vcore?

    Fred Smit

      Hello

       

      im trying to find a clear answer to that question,

      i have contacted intel support before asking the same,

      but the employee and i didnt get further then the

      sheet 1, page 84, 7.10.1, Table 7-4

      where it states max SVID is 1.52V

       

      im using that number in a forum as maximum vcore for the 3770K,

      but people say that it is wrong, and SVID has nothing to do with Vcore,

      all i want is a clear answer to my question once and for all..

       

      if any of the "official" intel people can help me with this,

      or anyone else that have understanding  about the maximum vcore a 3770K can handle, and why,

      please help me with this

       

      thanks in advance





        • 1. Re: What is the maximum Vcore a  3770K  can run? 1.52V vcore?
          Fred Smit

          rerouted 4x already ...

           

          : : i have a question that alot of people are asking, in forum's etc... : What is the maximum Vcore a 3770K can run? 1.52V vcore?

          : im trying to find a clear answer to that question, i have contacted intel support before asking the same, but the employee and i didnt get further then the sheet 1, page 84, 7.10.1, Table 7-4 where it states max SVID is 1.52V im using that number in a forum as maximum vcore for the 3770K, but people say that it is wrong, and SVID has nothing to do with Vcore, all i want is a clear answer to my question once and for all.. if any of the "official" intel people can help me with this, or anyone else that have understanding about the maximum vcore a 3770K can handle, and why

          Venu Gopal: I will help you with complete details.

          Venu Gopal: Please refer below web link.

          Venu Gopal: http://ark.intel.com/products/65523

          : i know that one, but it doesnt state anywhere what the maximum Vcore is for the 3770K

          : i joined intel forum yesterday, with the same question,

          : http://communities.intel.com/message/174944#174944

          Venu Gopal: Please refer below web link.

          Venu Gopal: http://www.intel.com/content/dam/www/public/us/en/documents/datasheets/3rd-gen-core-desktop-vol-1-datasheet.pdf

          Venu Gopal: For more information please refer above web link.

          : sheet 1, page 84, 7.10.1, Table 7-4

          : where it states max SVID is 1.52V

          : but it doesnt state clearly that the max Vcore is 1.52V

          : its max SVID

          Venu Gopal: Please refer page number :18

          Venu Gopal: It gives core voltages.

          : i dont see it sorry, i see vcore mentioned, but no voltage?

          : VCore VR

          Venu Gopal: Okay.

          Venu Gopal: I have shared the details which we have, However I will transfer the chat to local support.

          Venu Gopal: Please be online.

          : will do, thanks for your help

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          • 2. Re: What is the maximum Vcore a  3770K  can run? 1.52V vcore?
            Fred Smit

            What is the maximum Vcore a  3770K  can run? 1.52V vcore?

             

            guess its hard to answer this question,

            i still like to know tho, or any other insight on this matter,

            its a question 1000's of people ask here and there,

            and noone can really answer it, because Intel doesnt state it anywhere clearly,

            so many people who answer, or try to answer the question, use 1.52V vcore as maximum,

            and then say, intel states that..

             

            in my search for correct answers to questions, i found out that Intel doesnt state it anywhere,

            except the VID range thats in the data sheets,

             

            i really hope someone can help with this,

            or at least explain why maximum vcore is related to the VID range in the data sheet,

             

            thanks in advance