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I'm having a lot of troubles overclocking my new E3110.

I just noticed something looks unusual with my voltages.


Please, take a look at this :



I don't know much about PSUs but shouldn't the 12V rail be a LOT close to 12V?

I have a Silverstone Zeus ST75ZF 750W... I thought those were good PSUs... what is going on?
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The Zeus is a very good PSU. Unless there is a defect it shouldn't be the problem. Also, software cannot measure voltages accurately, a multimeter would be a better solution.
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I don't have a multimeter.

Should I try another software to get another read on it? Should I be worried enough and go buy a multimeter?

Or do you think it's a simple misread and that I shouldn't be worried about it at all (even though I'm experiencing weird CPU behaviors when ocing)?
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You can try another program like Everest, I really doubt it's your psu. What kind of cpu behaviors are you seeing? I'm not well versed on Intel OCing so I can't really help you there.

edit- Don't go out and get a multimeter just for this. To exclude the PSU, try to borrow one or use a spare to see if you can recreate the problems with a different psu.
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You can try another program like Everest, I really doubt it's your psu. What kind of cpu behaviors are you seeing? I'm not well versed on Intel OCing so I can't really help you there.

edit- Don't go out and get a multimeter just for this. To exclude the PSU, try to borrow one or use a spare to see if you can recreate the problems with a different psu.
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my 12V rail is also not read correctly,so i think the readings are a bit off on your mobo too.at that low voltage i doubt if you can even start your comp.
    
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I don't have a multimeter.

Should I try another software to get another read on it? Should I be worried enough and go buy a multimeter?

Or do you think it's a simple misread and that I shouldn't be worried about it at all (even though I'm experiencing weird CPU behaviors when ocing)?
Digital multimeters are only about $10-20 at Ace Hardware. (Other stores like Radioshack, Lowes, and Home Depot will have them also).
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I wouldn't worry about that either - I'd be more worried about your other thread.

You ran a 45nm processor @ 1.6V. You're still running it at 1.38V (according to that screenshot, im assuming its right) I doubt your processor is going to last very long.

At the moment I can't really OC because I couldn't afford a HSF, but hell, even the stock hsf can run 400x8 stable @ 1.12V. What are you currently at?
    
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Did you do a BIOS check to see what its reporting?
    
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I wouldn't worry about that either - I'd be more worried about your other thread.

You ran a 45nm processor @ 1.6V. You're still running it at 1.38V (according to that screenshot, im assuming its right) I doubt your processor is going to last very long.

At the moment I can't really OC because I couldn't afford a HSF, but hell, even the stock hsf can run 400x8 stable @ 1.12V. What are you currently at?
You're annoying. Money ain't an issue for me. If I fry it then fine I'll get another one presto. Now get off my back will you? I tried it for like 4 minutes to make sure my lack of stability wasn't because of vcore... and it wasn't.

I'm currently at 1.35v core 9*362.5 = 3.26GHz

There seem to be a huge FSB hole between 365 and 475. PC won't post with the FSB set within those wathever voltage I apply. (it was that way BEFORE I tried 1.6v core as well)
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post #10 of 11
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Did you do a BIOS check to see what its reporting?

I'll look that up right now.
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