Originally Posted by foxtherouge
I set it back to the 3 core when I tried setting the voltage to 1.2v. It bluescreened twice before I set it back to auto. But thank you.
I think I'll try my luck...with a quad out of the box lol. Thanks guys.
Lol up your voltage a bit like 1.2xx or 1.3 and try it once it will keep the volts in check.
When AUTO voltage is ON it takes more than required. The thing is to find the volts for your CPU (3 cores) , my guess it should be between 1.2-1.4.
Use CPU-z and check the volts when it is on AUTO , it may show you 1.52 , so what you do is go back to the BIOS make voltage to 1.5 and keep going down, now you know that @1.2v it crashes so you will know your voltage has to be between 1.2 and 1.5.Edited by ironmaiden - 10/18/11 at 7:32pm