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Welcome friend!

Be careful with the cpu voltage, the asrock may not report it correctly in cpuz and it may be higher than what you see in windows. Least it was for my asrock extreme4, not sure about the 6.
The 6 is the same, they both use the same analogue PWM which causes the bad voltage readings.
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Its very easy. Go into the bios and do the following

Set Cpu multiplier to 46
Set vcore to 1.35v
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post #13 of 37
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Originally Posted by AndyM95 View Post

The 6 is the same, they both use the same analogue PWM which causes the bad voltage readings.

Sheesh poor work asrock!

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Originally Posted by Stay Puft View Post

Its very easy. Go into the bios and do the following

Set Cpu multiplier to 46
Set vcore to 1.35v

No, dont do this he only has a H80 cooler and by putting these settings in his cpu vcore could be anything up to 1.4v in reality. Anything over 1.3v is gonna produce high temps unless delidded.
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post #14 of 37
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yea I see that with the Asrock auto over clock at 4.4ghz it shows in cpu-z that it runs up to 1.312V tops. So what I tried to do was set it to 44 All cores then the voltage to fixed @1.2 and it blue screened on me. Weird. My max stock temps on core tempo with the auto OC at 4.4 gets up to roughly 70c-74c.
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I really want to have it all set manually like everyone says to do. I'm gonna try and boot back up and set it to 44 all cores and voltage to 1.2v and see what happens again.
post #16 of 37
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So I set the cpu voltage at fixed to 1.20v and all cores set to 43. Max core temp at 60c running prime. I tried it at 43 first at 1.30v and the system froze at starting windows. Assuming it wasnt enough volts?

Ok so I set it at 44 all cores. Kept the fixed voltage at 1.200v and it blue screened during running prime. I would think its blue screening from not enough voltage? The auto clock at 4.4ghz didnt blue screen at all but pushed 1.312v am I missing something?
Edited by zakk - 5/17/13 at 2:21pm
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Welcome friend!

Be careful with the cpu voltage, the asrock may not report it correctly in cpuz and it may be higher than what you see in windows. Least it was for my asrock extreme4, not sure about the 6.

Isn't that the truth. Wish I knew my fatality board misread voltage before I bought it.
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Yea whats the deal with this voltage misreading you guys are talking about? I tried to search up on it and fount nothing online about my extreme6 having that problem? I blue screened at 4.4ghz at 1.200v running prime. so I lowered it down to 43 all cores, no blue screening no crashing. Theres gotta be something I'm missing cause the like I said the auto OC option can go to 4.6ghz no prob. no blue screening I'd have to run it again to see what the temps and volts were again at that setting but I'd honestly rather have it just at says 4.4ghz stable manually. No auto crap.
post #19 of 37
Basically on my asrock extreme4 motherboard I set 1.35v for cpu vcore, In windows it shows up at 1.35v, but in actual fact the cpu vcore would be closer to 1.40v. The cpu vcore readings on cpuz are way off.
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Any program that shows the proper voltage then?
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