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What does VTT mean?

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Posted · Original PosterOP

In Open Hardware Monitor under voltages, there is something called VTT and I'm not sure exactly what that is. I couldn't find anything in the BIOS related to that and it's currently at 1.848 V with every setting on default. 

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1 minute ago, jinglejangle101 said:

In Open Hardware Monitor under voltages, there is something called VTT and I'm not sure exactly what that is. I couldn't find anything in the BIOS related to that and it's currently at 1.848 V with every setting on default. 

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I believe this is what we used to call the NB / North Bridge

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Memory controller.

And no, it's not accurate.

 

Use HWInfo64 for AMD instead.


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Just now, Panoramix97 said:

I believe this is what we used to call the NB / North Bridge

No. It's the QPI or VTT or IMC which IMC would be used more with AMD platforms. 

Formerly on AM3, the IMC was called CPU/NB voltage.


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15 minutes ago, ShrimpBrime said:

No. It's the QPI or VTT or IMC which IMC would be used more with AMD platforms. 

Formerly on AM3, the IMC was called CPU/NB voltage.

So what's it supposed to be called in HWiNFO64 and what is the voltage supposed to be at?

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11 minutes ago, jinglejangle101 said:

So what's it supposed to be called in HWiNFO64 and what is the voltage supposed to be at?

SOC voltage for AM4.


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Just now, jinglejangle101 said:

SoC voltage is currently sitting at 1.081v

That's perfect. Right where it should be.


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