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post #1 of 10
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I cannot get my Vcore above 1.50!

I currently have it set at 265FSB x 10 and 1.52 Vcore. But the vcore only reaches a maximum value of 1.50, it doesn't go above it at all.

I have HT Multi at 3x and a 133mhz divider on the RAM to prevent it from interfering.

Here's the cpu-z validation if this might help:
http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc?id=210711

Please help!
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If you drop your vcore to 1.3 then enable cpu or vcore overvolt, cant remeber exactly whats it called that will give you around 1.5-1.55, and just up the vcore incremental from 1.3 to achieve higher settings.
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post #3 of 10
Quote:
Originally Posted by Walk_this_way View Post
I cannot get my Vcore above 1.50!

I currently have it set at 265FSB x 10 and 1.52 Vcore. But the vcore only reaches a maximum value of 1.50, it doesn't go above it at all.

I have HT Multi at 3x and a 133mhz divider on the RAM to prevent it from interfering.

Here's the cpu-z validation if this might help:
http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc?id=210711

Please help!
Unfortunately, the CPU-Z verification screenshot never shows the VCore.

What BIOS version are you running?

Also, do you have the "Overvolt CPU Volt" setting on "Enable"? Setting it on enable allows you to control your VCore better.
    
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post #4 of 10
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If you drop your vcore to 1.3 then enable cpu or vcore overvolt, cant remeber exactly whats it called that will give you around 1.5-1.55, and just up the vcore incremental from 1.3 to achieve higher settings.
I'll try that now.

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Unfortunately, the CPU-Z verification screenshot never shows the VCore.

What BIOS version are you running?

Also, do you have the "Overvolt CPU Volt" setting on "Enable"? Setting it on enable allows you to control your VCore better.
Bios version 1303. Don't really want to experiment with the Beta version.

I actually had it on disabled. Will try that and get back to you guys.
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Ok overvoltage cpu volt worked. Apparently it adds 0.200v to your vcore.

This article actually talks about it.
http://www.ocforums.com/showthread.p...16#post4593416

I actually had this tab opened but didn't read it

Thanks a lot guys !
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post #6 of 10
Quote:
Originally Posted by Walk_this_way View Post
Ok overvoltage cpu volt worked. Apparently it adds 0.200v to your vcore.

This article actually talks about it.
http://www.ocforums.com/showthread.p...16#post4593416

I actually had this tab opened but didn't read it

Thanks a lot guys !
Good on you for doing some research!

And glad it worked for you.
    
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post #7 of 10
you shouldn't need more than 1.4 with that cpu.

but go down to 1.3 and enable over-volt.
 
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post #8 of 10
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Originally Posted by svtfmook View Post
you shouldn't need more than 1.4 with that cpu.

but go down to 1.3 and enable over-volt.
After 2.5 it requires a lot of volts, 2.5 is stable at 1.42 but 2.65 is only stable 1.5v but that was with an A8N5X, now with the A8N32-SLI Deluxe for 2.65 I need 1.57v!!
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Have you tried bumping up the PCIe to no more than 112?
It workes for me... higher OCs with out the excessive voltage
112 equated to a 4MHz bump on the PCI and 37 should be safe.
I used 108 @ around 2800 and 110 to near 2900. with 1.44v on the CPU.
    
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post #10 of 10
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Have you tried bumping up the PCIe to no more than 112?
It workes for me... higher OCs with out the excessive voltage
112 equated to a 4MHz bump on the PCI and 37 should be safe.
I used 108 @ around 2800 and 110 to near 2900. with 1.44v on the CPU.
I don't understand how changing the PCIe clock would make a difference!

Could you point me to a guide explaining this?
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