CPU Voltage Dumper

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4/5 - (11 votes)

CPU Voltage Dumper

Option name:

CPU Voltage Dumper

Possible values of an option:

[Auto], [Enabled], [Disabled]

The option description:

Exotic enough option, allowing to compensate falling (subsidence) pressure of a supply of a kernel at magnification of loading at the processor (so-called Vdroop). Though by default this option is ungeared (value [Disabled]), by operation in a regular mode it is better to install [Auto], and at acceleration — [Enabled].

The matter is that motherboard tracks-conductors possess small own resistance. When the current transiting on them is insignificant, this resistance can be neglected. But costs to power consumption and, as consequence, a current transiting on tracks to increase, it, apparently, insignificant resistance starts to play a noticeable role, causing power failure of a kernel of the processor — after all nobody cancelled the law of the Ohm.

Other options identical to destination:

CPU Load Line Rate (mV/A)

Load-Line Calibration

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