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ECS 845gv-m3 Vcore adjustments

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Like the tittle says , is there any way i can adjust the Vcore .The manual states it can be done , but when i looked in the bios frequency/voltage page there is no ability to do so. Regards Graeme
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Double post. Please delete.
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The manual does say that the "CPU VID" voltage option is available for Prescott CPU's which yours is but, if you can't find it maybe the manual is not correct???

I have not seen many motherboard manuals that did not have some kind of misinformation.

That said your board is not a Over Clocking board in any way. It's really not worth trying to OC your system.

I would look into upgrading your whole system.
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