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Thursday, 16 December 2010 17:04

MSI H55M-ED55 tested - 3 Overclocking

Written by Eliot Kucharik
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Review:
Quite highend at bargain price



Overclocking:


While the ASRock board would not like to boot our i3-530 with 200MHz virtual FSB, the MSI did not cause such troubles. The VCore run at 1.225V.

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Of course this time we did not stop with 4.2GHz and the MSI board was stable with 4.4GHz @ 1.35V, which is quite impressive.

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MSI H55M-ED55 i3-530 @4.4G



Under-Voltaging:


Because the CPUs run very efficient at a VCore of about 1.100V we see no reason to attempt lowering the VCore itself. You could only shave off some millivolts, so we think it's not worth the effort.



 

 

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