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I want to have 1.35V in my CPU and that is what I set it to in Bios.

In CPUZ + Speedfan it reads as 1.392 even if I set at 1.35 or 1.3625.

:***:

I really would enjoy better temps but it's just not working.. This is sig rig.. If it's going to stay at 1.392 and temps are pretty bad I may as well OC it.. at that volts.
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See what Asus PCProbe reads.
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I want to have 1.35V in my CPU and that is what I set it to in Bios.

In CPUZ + Speedfan it reads as 1.392 even if I set at 1.35 or 1.3625.

:***:

I really would enjoy better temps but it's just not working.. This is sig rig.. If it's going to stay at 1.392 and temps are pretty bad I may as well OC it.. at that volts.
underfull load?. My cpu voltage raises up when when I go under full load
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underfull load?. My cpu voltage raises up when when I go under full load
Right now, with a few apps open (FF and suc) ASUS PC PROBE: 53C, 1.39vCore...

4245RPM cpu fan..
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Right now, with a few apps open (FF and suc) ASUS PC PROBE: 53C, 1.39vCore...

4245RPM cpu fan..
If your motherboard is anything like my A8N32-SLI Deluxe, then here's what you do:

Go into BIOS and ENABLE "CPU Overvolt" (or anything similar). By default this is turned off.

Look to the right of that page in the BIOS. It should say something about enabling CPU Overvolt adds .200V to your set CPU Voltage. Now, if you want to set a VCore of 1.35V, you set the VCore setting to 1.15V. Save settings and reboot, and you should have your new correct VCore value.

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If your motherboard is anything like my A8N32-SLI Deluxe, then here's what you do:

Go into BIOS and ENABLE "CPU Overvolt" (or anything similar). By default this is turned off.

Look to the right of that page in the BIOS. It should say something about enabling CPU Overvolt adds .200V to your set CPU Voltage. Now, if you want to set a VCore of 1.35V, you set the VCore setting to 1.15V. Save settings and reboot, and you should have your new correct VCore value.

Hope this helps!
Thanks, + rep..

Only thing I see though is the CPU Voltage offset.. I'll look through it some more.
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asus boards well most of them have horrible vdroop

but that seems to be the opposite
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Originally Posted by whe3ls View Post
asus boards well most of them have horrible vdroop

but that seems to be the opposite
this is vpoop!!! I tell you!

When I go to hardware monitor I get 1.39.

If I set vcore to 1.15 and put offet vcore on which offsets by 200mV nothing happens and I needed to reset CMOS to be able to boot again.. CPU was way undervolted..


I guess I am stuck at 1.39.... Hope my CPU doesn't die soon :|

I need a new CPU cooler so I guess that's on my list of upgrades ASAP.
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This is caused by the vcore VID. Some mobo's you have the option to edit it and some you cant. All it does is just allow more voltage to the cpu for stability. The 1.35v you select is used as a startup voltage but as soon as the cpu starts to load this will come in affect to give more stability!
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This is caused by the vcore VID. Some mobo's you have the option to edit it and some you cant. All it does is just allow more voltage to the cpu for stability. The 1.35v you select is used as a startup voltage but as soon as the cpu starts to load this will come in affect to give more stability!
But I don't have the cooling to manage this extra heat.. I am on stock with some AS5
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