Originally Posted by Matty J
I'm not sure whether this thread is still on going but its the only one on the net that i can find to do with the P5N32-E SLI.
I'm having a little problem with voltages not being what i set them to in bios.
I have a Q6600 GO running at 2.4GHz at 1.25v set in the BIOS. I can get to 2.7 without changing the voltage at all. When i go to 3.0GHz i set the Voltage to 1.3v and all booted up fine and works. BUT... when i open CPUZ it is saying that the voltage is at 1.38v!
This means it produces more heat than need be!..
Ive looked through all settings and fiddled with all other voltages but cant seem to find what/why it is jumping to 1.38 - 1.40v! I am right this is too high to just 3.0GHz!??
Is it a problem with my Mobo? or do i just have a stupid Chip??
Thanks for anyones help in advance.
Thread is still on going, last post was 17h ago.
I think you have to do a biosupdate. I'm running over 3.0Ghz with stock-volts. I had the same problem as you, at the same Hz. Unstable at 2.8Ghz, sometimes boot failures, and reboot was necessary. Update you bios, put volts on stock-values and you should be fine I think.
Good Luck! Edited by Tarabass - 3/5/09 at 7:35am