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do you own a 960T?

you may be right. once overclocked voltage (power) stays the same. locked or unlocked at stock it does fluctuate.
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Yeaae i got a bum chip though. When I had cool and quiet enabled on mine the multi would drop to x4 but vcore would remain at 1.46v at idle and under load hit 1.5v. I tried with 2 motherboards and both yeilded same results. You would think at idle the chip would only push about 1-1.1v.

oh, i thought you are talking about the Power (114w for quad and 171w for hex). my vcore does fluctuate even overclocked.

it might be the setting under LLC if you have that in your bios not your chip.
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tried a few settings changes. nothing affects it.perhaps when i noticed it changing it was at stock but unlocked. the voltage issue wouldnt be a problem if it werent for the fact that my board has a reputation of flaming on when its vrms start getting moody
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Is 1605T on your motherboard's CPU support list?
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Is 1605T on your motherboard's CPU support list?

well no, it has the 960t which is what the 1605t is when locked
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