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post #1181 of 3634
thanks that sounds really easy.
post #1182 of 3634
@ FtW 420 - thanks mate:thumb:, thats helped quite a lot! Now gotta find the 2nd question answer.
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post #1183 of 3634
i finally got some time to get my rig up and running. its not final yet,but soon. i have some more parts and cables ordered. i have to say this board has been outstanding to work with.









now i just need to install my sound card and update my sig:thumb:
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Hello everyone new to the forums, just got into the whole high end PC building and enjoying it very much.

Just one question though has anyone noticed the difference in reported Vcore in both bios and in the OS compared to what is measured at the V-check points?

I get a difference of about 0.022 more on the mutlimeter which is quite significant, especially when your pushing some high Vcores and what you might consider safe can actually be in the danger zone leading to degradation.

My advice would be if you have a high Vcore get a multimeter and check your actual voltage to avoid any long term damage
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Originally Posted by primal92 View Post

Hello everyone new to the forums, just got into the whole high end PC building and enjoying it very much.
Just one question though has anyone noticed the difference in reported Vcore in both bios and in the OS compared to what is measured at the V-check points?
I get a difference of about 0.022 more on the mutlimeter which is quite significant, especially when your pushing some high Vcores and what you might consider safe can actually be in the danger zone leading to degradation.
My advice would be if you have a high Vcore get a multimeter and check your actual voltage to avoid any long term damage



I've noticed this before and the thing is voltage can vary from location to location in a circuit. The voltage check points are usually located near the PSU connection and at that location you get a good idea of what the voltage is coming from the PSU. BiOS voltage settings for me are never the same for load voltages. Load voltages are always slightly lower. When I over clock I pay more attention to load voltage than BIOS voltage settings. Also besides the voltage settings I always pay close attention to temps.
Edited by SonDa5 - 12/10/12 at 9:19pm
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Yeah I get what you are saying, just a bit odd when I stress test , cpuz and msi control center both reported a max Vcore of 1.240 but 1.266 was being shown on the multimeter. Bit strange for a board of this calibre to exhibit poor voltage monitering
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Yeah I get what you are saying, just a bit odd when I stress test , cpuz and msi control center both reported a max Vcore of 1.240 but 1.266 was being shown on the multimeter. Bit strange for a board of this calibre to exhibit poor voltage monitering

Its not poor monitoring at all.. consider you measure at the points provided:  You should never worry over .015v difference.. this is normal. The reported value is likely .015v lower at the actual measured component anyhow... this is no different from any other mobo.

 

ie- you measure at provided points that DRAM = 1.688v .. then measure at the back of mobo and RAM pins.. and see that DRAM is only 1.667v "real" ... did those .01v hurt anyone or anything.. nope. wink.gif

 

 The way I see it.. MSI is reporting a bit higher.. While Asus and Gigabut report a bit lower..  its the same in each hand.. just how you carry it.

post #1188 of 3634
Yeah that's true well recently just been using the v-check points anyway so not too fussed about it. Running 'Stable' (15 runs of IBT very high) at 1.266 for 4.4 anything above wants enormous amount of volts, for really just gaming 4.4 is more than enough no ?

Besides that, this board is great no issues from the get-go not like other boards, I've heard of bootloops especially with SB procs, never had such issue and the peace of mind of a hardwired switch for the dual bios preventing you from ever bricking the board lol biggrin.gif
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hey guys, i hope this isnt to stupid of a question. i have a m4 128gig ssd as my boot drive,and a wd 1tb drive for storage. my computer and device manager show both drives, but not in the bios. do i have something set wrong? or is there a reason my 1tb drive isnt showing up?
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no questions can be a stupid question on here we are all here to help eachother smile.gif I dont really understand what you are asking though. So you HDD and SSD both show up in windows but not in your bios?
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