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Have you tired clearing CMOS? I remember having that problem at one stage, it's gone now.
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Currently Im running DVID set to +0.055 or whatever.

However my voltage goes up as high as 1.37 which is high high high. I thought DVID adds up to 0.055v(which I set) to the STOCK vid. But apparently, the motherboard has its own automatic VID when multi is touched? And thus i reach 1.37 instead of like 1.28 or something like that.

Anyway 4.3ghz atm and i'll get up to 4.5 and then try dropping dvid.
64c maximum.
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Originally Posted by hamzta09 View Post

Currently Im running DVID set to +0.055 or whatever.
However my voltage goes up as high as 1.37 which is high high high. I thought DVID adds up to 0.055v(which I set) to the STOCK vid. But apparently, the motherboard has its own automatic VID when multi is touched? And thus i reach 1.37 instead of like 1.28 or something like that.
Anyway 4.3ghz atm and i'll get up to 4.5 and then try dropping dvid.
64c maximum.




Right now 4390MHz @ 44 Multi. Vcore normal. DVID +0.045, runs Prime95 fine, Blend test. 66c maximum (on only 1 core) and I average 1.33v, maximum 1.36 and minimum being 1.01
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