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post #1211 of 5773
Can anyone check?
post #1212 of 5773
Check with AIDA or AI Suite. I won't be on this build till next week.
post #1213 of 5773
Last AIDA 64 (25.09) shows the same (1.488v).
According to me this is the correct tension because the processor more heats.

Sorry for my english (google translator)
post #1214 of 5773
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Originally Posted by BrokenPC View Post

Yes, and it is a RAR file.. weird.

All bios files are zipped, and have to be unzipped.
post #1215 of 5773
I have updated to v1003 (Asus Z170-A) and I'm having the same issue as lysyn. Adaptive voltage set in BIOS to 1.295, but HWInfo and CPUZ show a max voltage of 1.444V in Windows. Please fix this asap. frown.gif

I have to get down all the way down to 1.02! in BIOS in order to get 1.36V in Windows. Voltage measurement is seriously messed up with this BIOS update.

Even worse: I can't get the vcore to get lower than 1.32, as low voltage I set in BIOS. Adaptive is just not working properly.
Edited by smonkie - 9/26/15 at 3:54am
post #1216 of 5773
AIDA or AI Suite show 1.488v (bios 1.345v). Please improving the BIOS (1003)
post #1217 of 5773
DO NOT update to 1003 version.
post #1218 of 5773
Anyone measured with a dmm after updating to 1003?
post #1219 of 5773
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Originally Posted by smonkie View Post

DO NOT update to 1003 version.

No disrespect but do not offer advice on what not and what to do on a BIOS when you have no grasp on the issue, please
post #1220 of 5773
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Originally Posted by SmokeySiFy View Post

Anyone measured with a dmm after updating to 1003?

It has to be a problem in the way the motherboard manages the voltage for real, because no matter how low you set the voltage in BIOS (I have set 0.9V), even the BIOS will show a minimum of 1.248. You can't get any lower than that.
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