Hey guys, have a question..
I don't really want to take my voltage over 1.45 due to advice on this forum, I want it to last me some years, so I want to see what the most stable OC is I can get at that voltage.
My question: What voltage monitor should I be watching..? Is the BIOS always right? Because then my proc runs at 3.6Ghz at 1.41v already.. Which wouldn't make me very happy considering I've just had this PC for 3 days and I hoped it to be my first machine to be able to really monsterously overclock.
Which of these voltages should I see as the actual voltage? CoreTemp and Everest show similar voltages, CPU-Z is way off of all and EasyTune (gigabyte's overclock and monitor utility) shows the highest voltage of all, the different with CoreTemp and Everest is 1.0V for crying out loud. Need some help here
The voltage in Everest doesn't show the overclocked voltage but the stock voltage I think. In the sensors tab I found the cpu voltage to be 1.36.