Originally Posted by vong10
Well CPU-Z is showing 1.251v for the last one. Which one should I trust?
What do you mean? Which one should you trust? I'm confused. This isn't about getting an accurate reading here. The voltage that you have set in the BIOS is not the actual voltage that you will ever see in Windows no matter what you do. The voltage that you see displayed by programs like CPU-Z is what you need to go by. All we are doing is trying to get the voltage to be a little lower than what is set in the BIOS.
Since 70% is getting us closer to the goal, try 100%.
Anyway, again, please answer this time: what does your voltage do when you run Prime95? As soon as you start Prime95, does the voltage droop down, or does it rise up?