Ok i found this thread in the HWInfo forum, stating that on ASROCK Z87 Motherboards the CPU VCORE value read out by HWInfo, is actually the half value of the VCCIN. Makes perfect sense to me, as my VCCIN is 1,9V. (2*0,95V)
Maybe its the same problem with HWMonitor?
If i use HWInfo v.4.36.2150 I can't find a Vcore, but under Sensors->CPU->all 4 Core VIDs show 1.3V.
Thats the Vcore, right? There are no other voltages related to the cpu.
So I don't have a crappy board.
Just an average crappy chip.
Edited by schlonzo - 4/3/14 at 2:59pm