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Hi,

Recently I bought this motherboard and values ​​in HWMonitor are a little strange. The CPU Vcore does not change. Powers also gives me the wrong values ​​on how many W is consuming.
What is the problem? Sensors bug?

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Have you tried HWinfo 64?
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CPU package power is the CPU W consuption right?
Or is POUT and Input?
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Not sure. I read my CPU wattage via Coretemp.
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post #5 of 5
CPU Package Power is the CPU power usage in Watts. The POUT and Input values I'm not sure about, could be VRM power.

What is labeled VCore is the CPU Input voltage, unique to Haswell processors. Most ASRock Z87 boards only provide the VIDs for the processor, which is then used as VCore by some monitoring programs, like CPU-Z.

HWiNFO64 or any other hardware monitoring program does not have access to the true VCore on ASRock boards. I was in contact with the HWiNFO developer shortly after the Z87 boards were released. We determined the correct way to display the CPU Input voltage on ASR boards, which even ASRock originally labelled as VCore on their Z87 boards (I got ASR to fix that in their BIOS and monitoring program too, believe it or not.)

Note that the HWMonitor VCore value is 1/2 the value of the HWiNFO VCore/CPU input voltage. The output of the board's sensor chip must be corrected by multiplying the reading by various factors, which is how it was fixed in HWiNFO. HWMonitor has not done that apparently, since this must be done only for Haswell boards.

Your ASRock board might have better voltage monitoring than their Extreme boards. GigaByte boards apparently have two sensor chips that seem to allow a true VCore value by using two monitoring chips on their boards. The HWiNFO developer may be able to modify that program for your OC board, but that may not be possible. What do you see in the BIOS for various voltages? You should see both CPU Input Voltage and VCore in the BIOS, but the VCore may just be a VID.
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