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1.55 vcore on auto settings

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my A8N-E asus mobo,allways places the Vcore on 1.55 when on auto setting,now i flashed the mobo and it jumps sometimes from my own set vcore whici is 1.375v back to 1.55v
with 1.55v my CPU is 7C hotter
and i dont like it
anyone have on idea why it is at 1.55 when on auto?
    
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Why not just leave it on manual and set the correct vcore settings yourself?
    
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thats the deal,that is jumps back from manual to AUTO.what can be causing this?
    
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Clear your CMOS and re-setup the BIOS again....If that doesn't work, flash the BIOS back to the previous version and see if the problem goes away. This will at least tell you if it is something in the BIOS....Also, make sure you "Save and Exit" from the BIOS.

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