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Originally Posted by MaFi0s0
Its a long shot but Im guessing maybe your CPU is finally getting the power it needs, thereforce it is running hotter?
Have you noticed any rise in figures such as vcore in cpuz?
I had thought of that, but then dismissed it because if the computer was power deprived you would have numerous other issues.
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Originally Posted by The Duke
As I responded in the PM... just retested and my voltages are great and slightly above standard. 5.12v 12.28v
HAve you checked to see if your getting good voltage at the wall?
what do you mean by "at the wall"? i dont have a voltmeter so i couldnt manually test if thats what you mean. i think im gonna rma this psu and see if thats the problem
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post #13 of 14
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Originally Posted by pauldovi
I had thought of that, but then dismissed it because if the computer was power deprived you would have numerous other issues.
I wouldnt rule out your computer was power deprived, as mine is now and as a result all I get are gfx artifacts when overclocking, and unstable higher OCs, OVs, nothing else.

The only sure way to tell is to re-install the PSU check the levels of the CPU.

btw I have my CPU set to 1.4V and CPU-z and Easy Tune 5 is reporting 1.344 or 1.36 wich is below stock, also keep in mind I have power saving features for my CPU turned off so this defently shouldnt be happening.
Also I am OCed by 200Mhz stable.
post #14 of 14
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Originally Posted by MaFi0s0
I wouldnt rule out your computer was power deprived, as mine is now and as a result all I get are gfx artifacts when overclocking, and unstable higher OCs, OVs, nothing else.

The only sure way to tell is to re-install the PSU check the levels of the CPU.

btw I have my CPU set to 1.4V and CPU-z and Easy Tune 5 is reporting 1.344 or 1.36 wich is below stock, also keep in mind I have power saving features for my CPU turned off so this defently shouldnt be happening.
Also I am OCed by 200Mhz stable.
I have my Vcore set to 1.4500, but it fluctuates as much as +/- .04V... I don't think that is anything to worry about.
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