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8350 Stock voltage settings?

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Ok so i just picked up a 8350 CPU and there were some things that were bugging me (bouncing core speed, voltage bouncing etc). Im not looking to overclock atm i just want to have all the settings on stock but i was confused about something. My "Normal" setting under vcore seems to put it at 1.23750v but i heard this stock setting should be 1.3ish. Should i just set it to normal and leave it or set it back to Auto (again i dont wanna deal with stability BS right now).

Also another note i had to set the multiplier to 20 myself so it would stop going down to just 800mhz for no reason (i have an aftermarket cooler so it was most likelt a power saving option i disabled).

Really i just wanna go stock atm then maybe overclock after i enjoy my gaming tonight.

Extra before someone answers: My computer turns on after i hit the power button, turns off right away then turns itself back on again like normal. Any ideas *** thats about?
Edited by h4344 - 3/19/14 at 6:51pm
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My "Normal" setting under vcore seems to put it at 1.23750v but i heard this stock setting should be 1.3ish.
Each chip is slightly different. If you can pass stability tests, then just leave it there.
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Also another note i had to set the multiplier to 20 myself so it would stop going down to just 800mhz for no reason (i have an aftermarket cooler so it was most likelt a power saving option i disabled).
Thats due to Cool And Quiet and C6 being enabled in bios.



This overclocking guide will give you good ideas on how to set up your system. http://www.overclock.net/t/1348623/amd-bulldozer-and-piledriver-overclocking-guide-asus-motherboard/0_20
    
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