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If you have "CPU Offset Voltage" set to Auto in your bios, it will add 0.2mA to your processor when it thinks it's necessary, which when overclocked will cause this to be used.

You're at 1.38, + the Auto Offset of .200mA = 1.58v.

Combine that with a little variation in voltage regularity, and you have your 1.65 voltage into your CPU.

Go into the main screen of your bios and switch the aforementioned setting to manual, and disable the CPU offset ability which allows you to set a FIXED cpu voltage, as well as a FIXED CPU/NB voltage, as the mobo can also increase the CPU/NB voltage with that setting turned on.

I hope this rectifies your problem bud.

http://www.overclock.net/amd-cpus/37...re-offset.html for more information
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You can make use of the offeset function by implementing it with the TURBO function within the bios as well. For instance, if your CPU runs at 3.2ghz at 1.20v, you can set the offset voltage to .300mA, and then configure the TURBO boost to boost by 600mhz.

So, when your computer needs to use Turbo, it will kick it up to 3800mhz, and slap on the .300ma, which should bring you to 1.50v at your CPU core, which... with these processors usually is more than enough for 3.8ghz.

Of course, you will also need to bump the CPU/NB voltage at the same time with the same usage of the offset, or your system will hang. Somewhere in the 1.35 to 1.40 CPU/NB voltage I'de recommend, or less if you can get it to be stable.
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Originally Posted by Ceadderman View Post
Yeah you can flash a pic into your BIOS and it will take that out as well as the RoG logo. Hang on I'll upload it so you can see what I'm getting at...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KS_RRf5Pat0

Stupid code won't cooperate. Just click the top of the YouTube pic for the link.

~Ceadder
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@silentsquall is Turbo on? This will cause exactly what you are talking about.
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I believe i found the cause of the high temptures
This is well beyond me. I really need advice.
Everything in the bios is set to default
It does not show this in the previous screenshot but the vcore voltage is 1.22 volts
this voltage tends to jump everywhere in the Sensor Recorder. Usualy between 1.2 and 1.303 while on defaults (auto)
I just realized that this voltage should be around 1.38 if im not mistaken for the 1100T Processor

What i did was manualy change the voltage from auto to 1.38

This corrects the tempture of the area probed to 45-50 C
Even during a realtime full load test the probe tempture droped sharply and quickly.

Now when i put the CPU through the large FFT test the voltage sensor jumps even more from 3.8 at idle to either 1.50-1.68 at load OR drops back down to 1.28 at load
This is beyond my logic

Not to mention that the CPU tempture is even hotter at 65c+ because of the extra voltage from 1.5 volt jumps.

Am i misunderstanding something here? Shouldnt it stay remotely near the voltage i set it to?

Perhaps im too late and the high 90c temps damaged something already?

I greatly appreciate your help guys. This is getting me pretty upset. Ive been through computer hell the last week with a DOA MSI board and now this.

please use PC Probe II for temps and voltage its better
some of the other progarms vary a lot
PC Probe II is the standard
    
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please use PC Probe II for temps and voltage its better
some of the other progarms vary a lot
PC Probe II is the standard
That is part of the PC probe suite. It actually uses PC probe for the measurements but allows you to see it graphed.
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Have you guys done Bios updates? I have read alot of stuff about this. Most of the info that i have looked at says you shouldn't mess with it if your not having any problems. Should i in your opinion do one. I don't know. Im not having any problems with anything.
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Have you guys done Bios updates? I have read alot of stuff about this. Most of the info that i have looked at says you shouldn't mess with it if your not having any problems. Should i in your opinion do one. I don't know. Im not having any problems with anything.
Updating the BIOS with our boards is fairly simple and easy but as a rule of thumb, if you are not having any issues, then you don't need to do it. What version do you have? That may help someone tell you if you should or not.
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The first one lol BIOS 0505 should i update to the recent one if i do?
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The first one lol BIOS 0505 should i update to the recent one if i do?
How old is that board? When I got mine it had a 11xx. I am using the 1304 right now. With your ASUS software there was a windows based updater. You can also DL it from their website. I use that with no problems whatsoever. I'd wait to see if other agree with me on that though. I normally read that it's best to NOT used the Windows based BIOS upgrading software but that was with MSI motherboards when I owned a 790FX-GD70. With MSI you had to flash the BIOS from your USB and through the BIOS itself which could be complicated sometimes.
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