This is a great program! It completely allows the most from the efficiency of the P-M.
I have a 1.8 Dothan in my I9200.
Minimal voltage already was .700 and the max was set to 1.34 V. (I assume the program chnages these maximum/minimum voltages according to the CPU model. That would be the safest way to keep folks from cooking them.)
I now have my max set to 1.068 V. I'm still testing with Prime (and playing NFSU at the same time
). It failed at the step lower.
) Posted too soon. I've had to go up one more step to 1.084V.
I run SpeedSwitch XP as well as I8kFanGui. It was really something to watch my temperatures go from 62* C with both fans at high speed (while running the stress test) down to it's current 49* C with both fans on low speed under stress.
I can now confidently reset my fan switching thermal thresholds so that it may be possible that the fans are hardly ever on slow speed, and never at all needing to be on full speed.
This is really great!
I do have concerns about freezing, etcetra, in the future. However, I never once had the screen freeze up even for a second while playing NFSU with Prime running! (Game settings at fullest detail, default Omega settings for Radeon 9700).
I look forward to more testemonials from other Dothan users.