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"Bios" Vcore different than "Cpu-z" Why?

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Hi every one,

I really cant understand why is my Vcore in Bios different than the vcore in Cpuz?

Take a look,




Edit: I just read on the internet that this is "vdroop", but does the different will be the same as my case, its a huge different my bios is 1.53v and cpuz is 1.056v is that normal??? Sound weird..
Also by mistake i push the bios vcore to 1.70 and with LLC1 and run Intel Burn test and my temp was not hitting 100c, in the same time the cpuz vcore was 1.09vcore...
Edited by rubema - 6/15/11 at 6:06pm
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Hard DriveOSKeyboardPower
F60 SSd OS, F60 SSd and Raptor Raid1 games, WD 5T Win 7 64 Enterprise Sidewinder X6 Silver Stone 1200 
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Yea that's normal for vdroop. Run a bench mark program and it will go up.
    
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Who cares? Intel SSD  Windows 7 Dell u3011 
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Dell u3011 Seasonic x1200 800D G700 
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Xonar STX Beyerdynamic DT 990 
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