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^ 1.58.2 was specifically released to fix a bug that would only display stock voltage on Sandy Bridge chips. Download 1.58.2, then post a snap again.
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post #12 of 33
If you look in his Easy tune 6 that came with his GIGABYTE motherboard (I have the same board) he's reading 1.28Vcore. (Mine reads correctly in Easy tune 6)
Go into bios, then to MIT (the manual something tweaker) then to advanced voltages settings, and raise VCore manually up to 1.300 and try again. that's pretty darn low though! i'm at 1.340volts vcore, and still not prime stable at 4.5GHz
    
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Just downloaded 1.58.2 beta, still reading 1.056V @ 4.513GHz. same as before.
    
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Pretty sick! drool.gif

That's amazing for the stock voltage. Someone got a good chip? lol
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it's incorrect readings lol. SB is like 1.3V from default.
    
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Sweet cheers for the replies guys.
Should I really be turning turbo, C1E, and EIST back on?
Here is the guide I followed.
http://www.overclock.net/intel-general/910467-ultimate-sandy-bridge-oc-guide-p67a.html

In this new snippet I've uploaded you can see a few volt meters, which one should I refer to after every tweak?

Thanks
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post #17 of 33
Please remove the swearing. I'm not an Intel moderator...but one could come by and see that. wink.gif

Yes, you should turn that stuff back on. Go to the P8P67 Owners club, as there's one of the best Sandy Bridge guides in there. I know you don't own that board...but its the same concept with other boards. You'll get much further with turbo and voltage offset....and its safer on your chip.

Trust me, you probably think that turbo is a bad thing, and that you'll notice the jump in clock speeds. But you won't notice it at all. If the computer needs 4GHz+, it'll use it. You'll never even notice that it switched between 1600MHz and your overclock, its that seamless.
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post #18 of 33
Just a note, it's the VTT voltage that cpu-z is showing and indeeed eaytune is showing the correct voltage of 1.284v which sounds about right. Try updating cpu-z.
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post #19 of 33
HW Monitor shows the correct CPU voltage at the bottom, check back with your picture attachment. At the bottom it said CPU = 1.3v current. The voltage from CPU-Z 1.056v is the CPU VTT voltage. Go into BIOS and change your VTT voltage to 1.1v and now you see CPU-Z shows 1.1v under CPU voltage. I see many gigabyte motherboard owners have that issues...
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Sorry last post was incomplete:

Sweet cheers for the replies guys.
Should I really be turning turbo, C1E, and EIST back on?
Here is the guide I followed.
http://www.overclock.net/intel-gener...uide-p67a.html

In this new snippet I've uploaded you can see a few volt meters, which one should I refer to after every tweak?

Thanks
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