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VCore won't go higher than 1.35 or so

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well im having a bit of an issue, and I would really appreciate any ideas anyone has.

The issue is the area where I select my VCore used to give me options ranging from like 1.2 to something close to 1.7.

Now for some reason it only gives me options ranging from 1.2 to like 1.35. Have I unwittingly turned another feature off or on and caused this to happen? how do I get my full range of optional VCores back? right now I dont need to go higher than where Im at (close to 1.35) but I will in the near future and need to get my options back there.

My motherboard is the ASUS P5W DH Deluxe and my Bios version is 1602. My CPU is the C2d E6600. My waist size is 42.

Thank you in advance for taking the time to read this.
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Helloooooo


well im having a bit of an issue, and I would really appreciate any ideas anyone has.

The issue is the area where I select my VCore used to give me options ranging from like 1.2 to something close to 1.7.

Now for some reason it only gives me options ranging from 1.2 to like 1.35. Have I unwittingly turned another feature off or on and caused this to happen? how do I get my full range of optional VCores back? right now I dont need to go higher than where Im at (close to 1.35) but I will in the near future and need to get my options back there.

My motherboard is the ASUS P5W DH Deluxe and my Bios version is 1602. My CPU is the C2d E6600. My waist size is 42.

Thank you in advance for taking the time to read this.
I'm not sure but I do know that the rated "MAX VCORE" for my E6400 is 1.35. I think Intel lowered it a little...maybe it's locked somehow?
    
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I can put up to 2 volts through my chip, if I was stupid enough to do so.
    
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I can put up to 2 volts through my chip, if I was stupid enough to do so.
I can put 2.108 in. LOL.

Anyway reset the cmos
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Off-topic: Wow you have 939 posts! the same amount of pins on your CPU!!!

    
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Hey guys I have the intel mobo 975bx i have been able to increase all the voltages, which has allowed me to overclock my conroe 6400 to 2.95 however I cannot increase the vcore voltage, is there anyway to increase that voltage to the maximum 1.35?
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