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Old 07-28-2010
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Default Lower Vdimm = Lower Core Temps?

I was using a set of Corsairs that use 1.64vdimm with my i5. Switched to my Gskill Ecos, made no changes other then lower vdimm to 1.4v, and my idle temps dropped 3C and my Linx load temps about 4C. All was done within 2 minutes so there shouldnt have been any noticable change in ambient temps.

Anyone else try/notice this?
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i was testing i5 earlier...when i raised vdimm to 1.78v the cpu temp (not core) was @ 65C

using stock cooler ..lol
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