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My Phenom II X4 965BE's Stock voltage

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I am new on this forum, so hello to everyone.
I had an ECS A780GM-A Ultra motherboard and Athlon X2 7850BE processor. Yesterday, I bought a Phenom II X4 965BE processor, cleared cmos and installed on this motherboard.
I have been reading some threads and so far I've seen that Phenom II X4 965BE has a 1.360-1.376 stock voltage.
On CPU-Z and also in bios settings, I see that I have 1.408-1.424 core voltage. But, everything is on their stock settings. I haven't changed anything yet.
Is this because of the motherboard and is this normal?
Here is CPU-Z screenshot. Thanks.

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post #2 of 14
Is your bios updated? What is the voltage under load? what happens if you set the voltage to ~1.37?
1.424v is safe for that cpu, unless your over heating I would not care what it was.
    
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Mine runs at 1.4 stock...
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Yes, my bios is updated for 6 core AMD cpus. I enabled C1E, so it goes down from 1,4 to 0,9 from time to time. It is ~1,4volts underload If I use smartfan settings it can reach over 62 C easily. I will try to set it 1,37 on bios now.
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post #5 of 14
Stock voltage 1.375 max temp 62C. If you leave bios settings on auto should be on stock voltage. Check voltage in bios. Reset bios to default.
Edited by Ding Chavez - 12/30/10 at 7:04am
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post #6 of 14
You just have a stock voltage not so good. I'd be wary with that motherboard however, the high stock voltage isn't helping at all with the 125W power consumption which is probably choking the weak 3+1 power phase on that board to near-death. Stay away from overclocking or you could see a massive, fatal board failure.
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Originally Posted by Ding Chavez;11828600 
Stock voltage 1.375 max temp 62C. If you leave bios settings on auto should be on stock voltage. Check voltage in bios. Reset bios to default.

I have already reset bios settings, I also see ~1,4v on bios default CPU V. I am going to try this CPU on a friend's GigaByte motherboard in order to see the default core voltage.
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I have installed my cpu on my friend's GigaByte 880GM-UD2H motherboard, and the result is the same. It still runs between 1.408-1.472 volts on auto. Is this a problem about my cpu chip?
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My friend has had an Athlon II X3 450 installed on his GigaByte 880GM-UD2H motherboard, and it also shows Cp VID:1.400v. Besides, his athlon runs at ~1,4 volts on stock (auto), too.
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post #10 of 14
All chips are different. Not a real problem. You'll be able to push it further in OC[with a better motherboard] in theory because it uses such a high voltage.

Someone confirm this?
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