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Can't set my CPU-voltage higher than 1.325V (AMD Phenom II)

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Hey Guys,

I've got an AMD Phenom II x4 B35 Deneb - CPU, which runns at 3.337.5 (12.5x267) Ghz at the moment.
And it's running stable at 27-40°C (=80-104°F) and 1,325V.
If I set the Frequencies to Values higher than 3.4 Ghz it won't run stable, so I should raise the Voltage, which I can't - unfortunately.

Mainboard: MSI 770-c45,
Ram: 2+4Gb @ 1068 (2x2x267) Mhz

If you might know the reason or a solution for my problem - just post it, please.

Thanks
Edited by Gravitonn - 6/1/13 at 7:55am
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It happens a lot with unlocked cores, they just need a lot more voltage, even if the extra core is stable at all. I wouldn't advise to much voltage anyway because of not too strong VRM on that MB.
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