Originally Posted by SDH500
I am going to try and find the source but I believe AMD has a supplemental power delivery that will push up Vcore to help with stability. I beleive it is the CPU VDDA voltage, here is Pixie explaining it
. So what you are seeing is right, that is the what your Vcore is seeing, even with your bios set at a lower voltage, the VDDA will boost your Vcore to keep stability.
Also hUMA looks awesome for what I need, the next generation of computers is going to be unreal
In a way, Pixie is incorrect, the CPU VDDA voltage is the "Voltage Regulation Circut" for the CPU, in other words, it's more of a PLL voltage control "Phase-Locked Loop"
Running it at a high voltage won't only burn out the voltage regulator, but decrease the life span. The only effect in raiseing the voltage is to help stabilise high FSB overclocks.
CPU Load-Line Calibration helps prevent CPU V-Drop.