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Any program that shows the proper voltage then?

No, you need a digital multimeter to get the correct voltage. It may be that the extreme6 does report cpu voltage correctly im not sure, but I know the extreme4 reported it incorrectly, it was off by about 0.04v so 1.36v is 1.40v. Check out sin0822s posts, he made a review about the extreme boards and noted the correct voltage readings with a DMM.
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post #22 of 37
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Any clue why I blue screen at 4.4ghz with 1.200v? Lets say if the voltage is correct? 4.3ghz @ 1.200v is stable as can be max at 60c running prime.
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Any clue why I blue screen at 4.4ghz with 1.200v? Lets say if the voltage is correct? 4.3ghz @ 1.200v is stable as can be max at 60c running prime.
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Any clue why I blue screen at 4.4ghz with 1.200v? Lets say if the voltage is correct? 4.3ghz @ 1.200v is stable as can be max at 60c running prime.
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Any clue why I blue screen at 4.4ghz with 1.200v? Lets say if the voltage is correct? 4.3ghz @ 1.200v is stable as can be max at 60c running prime.
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Isn't that the truth. Wish I knew my fatality board misread voltage before I bought it.

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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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No, you need a digital multimeter to get the correct voltage. It may be that the extreme6 does report cpu voltage correctly im not sure, but I know the extreme4 reported it incorrectly, it was off by about 0.04v so 1.36v is 1.40v. Check out sin0822s posts, he made a review about the extreme boards and noted the correct voltage readings with a DMM.

Holy crap I don't know what happened there. It post up the same one like 4 times. Has to be a mobile glitch. Sorry guys.
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Any clue why I blue screen at 4.4ghz with 1.200v? Lets say if the voltage is correct? 4.3ghz @ 1.200v is stable as can be max at 60c running prime.

Not enough voltage
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Just what I was thinking as well. So if 1.200v isn't enough for 4.4ghz. You think my voltage is reading correctly then? I mean is it normal to run 4.4ghz @ 1.200v? Or usually higher volts to run that stable?
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Just what I was thinking as well. So if 1.200v isn't enough for 4.4ghz. You think my voltage is reading correctly then? I mean is it normal to run 4.4ghz @ 1.200v? Or usually higher volts to run that stable?

Every chip is diffferent. My 3770K needed 1.22v for 4.4Ghz
Edited by Stay Puft - 5/17/13 at 4:41pm
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Gotcha, makes sense. Ill try 1.22v and see if it makes it stable at 4.4ghz
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Have a look at this guide i made zakk if you get stuck -http://www.overclock.net/t/1392279/info-intel-3570k-3770k-overclocking-tips/0_100
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