Originally Posted by darklord27
yeah, the option works, but the voltage is everytime about .01 to .03v more than set. my board is am3, so thats not the problem
its no big deal, not at all! My cpuz vcore reading goes above what i set in the bios as well. But that is besides the point. Even when im idle, my vcore goes up and down around where ever it is set in the bios. Unde load it gets pretty steady, slightly above my bios setting.
But here is the point:
Your vcore is being measured by sensors that, while they do give you useful data, are not an exact precise measurement of the voltage. In most cases its pretty accurate. But never was it supposed to be the end all reading. You still get vdrop/fluctuations with a voltage meter, but even if you measure your car battery, you will see this. Every instrument has a +/- percentage of accuracy. Sometimes you can see this variance before your very eyes