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    Exclamation Digi+vrm

    can any one tell me what is the use of ( cpu over current protection and cpu /nb over current protection ) ? till now i dont know the usage of them

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    They do exactly what the names imply, they provide a limit to the amount of current that the named pieces of hardware can draw.
    That will intern effect the limits that you will be able to Overclock that piece of hardware.
    That's the simple answer !
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    still not get it can you explain it in a simple way

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    zork, let's use this an an example: you have a Phenom II x6 1100t, this CPU can only handle 1.47volts now when you raise the the voltage from 1.35 that it's normally at it creates more Heat and also more Power Consumption. Well if you raise it over the 1.47 you'd use exotic Water Cooling to cool it but the voltage can still damage the CPU and with Over Volt Protection turned on it will not allow you to push the Voltage so High that it will damage the CPU because Over Volt Protection Monitors not only how many Volts but also the temperature of the CPU so as not to allow the CPU to Draw enough to fry it.

    Now as to Digi+VRM this system is designed to allow better control over the voltage by converting the Analog Voltage into a Digital Signal for better control over the VRM(Voltage Regulator Module) and finer Control of Voltages the System Uses.

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    Herald the Arrival of a New Digital Power Design Era
    VRM, or voltage regulator modules, are considered among the most essential motherboard design components. They supply the voltage demanded by the CPU, and a good VRM must intelligently detect actual CPU power draw to provide precise power accordingly. ASUS DIGI+ VRM is an innovative, industry-leading technology that fully integrates Intel® VRD12 specifications on a native level, greatly enhancing power to go far beyond the limits of analog designs.

    ASUS DIGI+ VRM design features a digital programmable microprocessor onboard and upgrades motherboard power delivery to a digital standard. The 12+2 digital architecture delivers twice the precision power, intelligently adjusting PWM voltage and frequency modulation with minimal power loss through BIOS tuning and exclusive user interface to increase over-clocking range while performance reaches its full potential. It also adjusts frequencies dynamically, cutting radiation interference by half to enhance system stability through enabling spread spectrum. The DIGI+ VRM digital power design empowers users with superior flexibility and perfect precision to ensure optimized performance. extreme system stability, and greater power efficiency.

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