I downloaded the latest version of CPU-Z, but nothing changed. Easy tune 6 could be the gigabyte program you mentioned, but I couldn't install it for some reason. So I check my voltage in the BIOS, which is 1.368v. I thought this was a little too close to 1.4v than I personal would prefer. So I backed down by .010v run IBT and prime95 each time till I got to 1.338v which is pretty stable(IBT-standard and about an hour of prime95 passed). -010v felt shaky while -.020v failed .This backed my temps down to around 60C on prime95, a 69C peak on IBT and 33C idle. The vcore setting on my BIOS is now +.000v( +.030v was the old setting from your tutorial)which would mean the voltage would stay at or near 1.338v right? Should I set it on auto instead? I wish I could find a program that would work on my desktop so i could monitor it while prime95 was running to make sure it was not auto adjusting too much/high.