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my vcore would jump to 3V sometimes...can this cause a problem to my cpu?
i set the voltage at 1.45V in bios
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No way..your cpu would have "popped". Use another program or measure it yourself using a DMM.
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hhmm cpu-z and asus probe shows 1.48v right now but it jumped to 3v for about 5sec after i ran superpi(i forgot to add this)....
and wats DMM? im still kind of a noob at this
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A digital multimeter.... to manually measure the voltage....
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post #5 of 6
DMM = Digital multi-meter or volt meter.

Try to Google on your mobo..maybe others have reported the same issue as a 'fluke' related to a goofy sensor or BIOS...

I cant really say much, except that you would not have a working cpu with a 3v input voltage.
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yea i was googling and other got the same problem..
the vcore changed and i got a ss of it
http://i274.photobucket.com/albums/j...n315/vcore.jpg
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