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hey. my e6550 has been overclocked to 3.2ghz. its perfectly stable w/ prime95 @ 8hrs. When I open up cpuz, it says the vcore is 1.088. I set it at 1.35v. what happened there?

& when I open up speedfan. it says my 12v rail is 6.38v. My psu has been in a previous rig. and i had no problems with it. it read 12v perfectly on the rail...

but the thing is... why is all of this happening? my OC is stable.. but my readings are wrong? helppp
    
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I have seen this brought up very often in these forums. Yet I have never seen a good answer.... IDK what it is, but it ends up just being pushed aside since there is no harm being done. All I can say is search past threads and maybe I just never looked at the right ones. But yeah, your most certainly not the only one.
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Do you have the latest version of cpuz and speedfan?
Try hardware monitor.
    
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the apps cant read all the voltages right, you could help them by sending the sensor readings to them, never know they might be able to fix it for you in the next release.

my +12v is 0.96v and -12v is -16.97v according to most software but somhow i doubt it.

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your volts changing could be speedstep or cie, check your bios and turn them off it causes you instablilty.
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the apps cant read all the voltages right, you could help them by sending the sensor readings to them, never know they might be able to fix it for you in the next release.

my +12v is 0.96v and -12v is -16.97v according to most software but somhow i doubt it.

edit

your volts changing could be speedstep or cie, check your bios and turn them off it causes you instablilty.
i got the Same -12v Reading, but 3.97v on my Q6600, and 3.07v on my E6550.
not overly concerned about it though, Seeing how my Multimeter reads 12.08v
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the apps cant read all the voltages right, you could help them by sending the sensor readings to them, never know they might be able to fix it for you in the next release.

my +12v is 0.96v and -12v is -16.97v according to most software but somhow i doubt it.

edit

your volts changing could be speedstep or cie, check your bios and turn them off it causes you instablilty.
ive disabled them already when i overclocked..

cpuz and speedfan are the latest versions.
    
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