Originally Posted by jamtin
Maybe, I've been trying to see what other users vcore is at to get an idea of what's normal for the G3258 processor. I've got a Thermaltake 430W and I can take that out of another computer tomorrow and see what the figures are. I could also open the other G2358 I have and see if it requires the same vcore on auto from the psu at default speed.
I don't think changing PSU is going to affect your vcore, unless the said PSU is faulty, and the motherboard regulators aren't coping or something.
It's more down to the individual chip and mobo.
It could also be the bios at fault not sure.
Anyway I'd manually set that voltage, 1.7V is dangerous for the chip and past intel specs afaik.
People get 5ghz on around 1.5V.
What cooling are you using?
I'd set vcore to maybe 1.45V max and see what it can do.Edited by Casey Ryback - 6/4/15 at 4:34am