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post #3621 of 5036
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hi guys! i have a question...
my idle vcore (@3.5) is 1.31v but when i start prime95 it goes down to 1.28v...
there is something wrong??
Open up task manager and go to the performance tab, also open up CoreTemp. Once you have these open then start Prime95. If you see that all the cores run upto 98-100% usage and your temps rising then you know your cpu is running as it should and therefor the voltage reading is probably just a little off.

I have never known a cpu that runs less voltage as it's workload goes up, lol.

Hope this helped.
post #3622 of 5036
thanks!
cores working at 100% and temperatures rise normally, but just i start prime95 the vcore decrease... now I have set 4004ghz @1.4875v but the vcore changes constantly under stress and decreases to 1.424v (measured in CPU-Z and SpeedFan)
I disabled C&Q and C1E in the BIOS
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post #3623 of 5036
Glad I could help. Also good idea that you disabled C&Q as it can interfere with overclocking sometimes. As for the cause of the strange voltage decrease, I cannot help you there mate, I have never experienced a problem like that and therfor cannot offer reliable advice for the cause of it. Perhaps the program is a little haywire and instead of reading the voltage as an increase it's displaying it backwards as a decrease, so in actual fact the correct voltage you may theoretically see is 1.521v which I calculated by adding the difference from the voltages you posted. The cause of this could be a programming error for your motherboard type and/or bios where the program is not reading or recieving the correct information due to it not understanding the information it is recieving. What bios and version are you using?
post #3624 of 5036
@GreenNeon

You don't want to judge your temperatures by the 'core' temps. You should use HWMonitor instead of CoreTemp, and make sure that the temperature you're monitoring is your CPU temp (the socket).

The core temperatures are based off a calculated algorithm and are not correct. The CPU socket temp is.
    
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i have the last bios version 1403 of november 2010...
i have to set a very high vcore to make ma system stable
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post #3626 of 5036
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@GreenNeon

You don't want to judge your temperatures by the 'core' temps. You should use HWMonitor instead of CoreTemp, and make sure that the temperature you're monitoring is your CPU temp (the socket).

The core temperatures are based off a calculated algorithm and are not correct. The CPU socket temp is.
Ok thanxs

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i have the last bios version 1403 of november 2010...
i have to set a very high vcore to make ma system stable
Thats strange, asus mobos usually need less voltage than other motherboards, hmmm? Im truly stumped on this one.
post #3627 of 5036



my bios is like this
i have set

cpu ratio 14
turbo core disabled
cpu bus 286
pcie 100
ram 1525
Ht link speed 2002
processor voltage 1.4875
dram voltage 1.65v
Nb voltage 1.3v

i have set the cpu vdda voltage to 2.8 and crashed, at 2.7 nothing has changed the vcore decrease to 1.424
i have to change something?
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post #3628 of 5036
Hello, I figured I'd join the club

FSB/Multiplier: 303 x 14
CPU Speed: 4242 MHz
NB Speed: 2727 MHz
CPU Voltage: 1.52v
CPU-NB Voltage: 1.35v
RAM Speed: 1616 MHz
Motherboard: MSI 790FX-GD70
Model: 125w

This is my 24/7 stable OC that I've been folding on for the past few weeks.
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post #3629 of 5036
Got the 1055T on water now!!



Can't get it past 3.5GHz but I'm happy with it anyways, won't boot @ 4.0GHz 1.425V, or 3.75GHz 1.375V either.. Oh welllll
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post #3630 of 5036
Wow like do you know what each wire does, lol. Seriously, get some zip-ties and velcro strips to tidy it up. Otherwise cool, although why do you have watercooling when you are only at 3.5ghz? Cant imagine that wc kit was cheap. Also the water tank looks unstable? U sure it should be leaning to the side like that?
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