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These are all underload. CPU: i7-2700k, Asus Rog (Rev 3.0) P67 mobo. H100 water cooling.

CPU Voltage - As you can see on CPU-Z the temperatures are showing 1.168V, and then on my mobo bios its showing 1.172v. When not underload its at 1.246v. I havent touched or tweaked the settings in any way so everything is default. Is my CPU suppose to undervoltage? (the other bios circled in green is when my cpu is not underload)

CPU Temperature - Bios: 37c, RealTemp: 48, 45, 48, 44? Is my bios getting the temperature overall from all 4 cores? Not sure how to measure my cpu temp other than low numbers the better

What do i believe? Thanks smile.gif

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Edited by Dutambalu - 4/23/12 at 12:30pm
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Perhaps the BIOS CPU temperature is from the socket, not the actual cores themselves.

The voltage range is normal, I'm sure somebody will correct me on this, but I think it's called vDroop or vDrop. redface.gif

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Originally Posted by Warweo View Post

Perhaps the BIOS CPU temperature is from the socket, not the actual cores themselves.
The voltage range is normal, I'm sure somebody will correct me on this, but I think it's called vDroop or vDrop. redface.gif
Have you got anything else hidden under all of those windows? wink.gif

Im not quite sure what that is. But it shouldnt be good if i decide to OC my CPU later on, and not have enough juice to keep going frown.gif.
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The software is an estimate. The BIOS is usually the one to use for accurate temp monitoring.
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Oh okay so i should be looking at the bios generally. Thats after an ~hr under load. Are those temps alright for stock?

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As for the undervoltage. What setting i should be looking for to not make it undervolt, or should i leave it the way it is?
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Go by realtemp for cpu temperatures. Undervolting leave it as it is, it doesnt hurt to save some energy unless you need it at full whack all the time? In which case you need to disabled C1E/speedstep.
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Go by realtemp for cpu temperatures. Undervolting leave it as it is, it doesnt hurt to save some energy unless you need it at full whack all the time? In which case you need to disabled C1E/speedstep.

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