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Finally finished my upgrade with puzzling results...

post #1 of 11
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Well, I got my parts in and I've completed my upgrade. Here's my CPUID:


You probably notice a discrepancy in the info with CPUID and what I have posted in my system specs. I have DDR3 1600 ram installed and clocked accordingly, confirmed in my BIOS. But CPUID is reading 1333@667 and so is AIDA64. Without raising the FSB, I'm not sure how to correct this, but the puzzling thing is why it's so to begin with. Also, my vcore is showing over 1.5v when I have it set to 1.475. Thoughts?
post #2 of 11
Memory will always run below spec from what I've seen. I always just load up the XMP profile in the bios and the settings are all automatically tuned. No idea on the vcore though, I dont know AMD.
post #3 of 11
Mmm, it seems like you are getting the opposite of a vdroop... vraise perhaps? (you found the ultimate troll motherboard) Or did you just have turbo core on?
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Mmm, it seems like you are getting the opposite of a vdroop... vraise perhaps? (you found the ultimate troll motherboard) Or did you just have turbo core on?
No, all steppings are disabled including Turbo Core.
post #5 of 11
change the ratio in the bios to 4-1 u must have it set on 3.3-1 which i think is actually the chips default i manually had to change mine just a thought.
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It doesn't give the option
post #7 of 11
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I had to adjust the FSB and other multipliers accordingly, but I got my results.



Still have the voltage issue, but that's one thing down at least.
post #8 of 11
The VCore of my B55 also shows up higher in CPUz than in BIOS, which is the opposite of all the intel systems I have. Nice machine.
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post #9 of 11
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Thank you. I'm sure that once I learn the quirks with this board, I can make it take off. Kinda makes me miss my Foxconn and MSI boards, though....
post #10 of 11
I have an Asrock board and it overvolts the cpu as well by like .04, in BIOS I'm set to like 1.45 or 1.4375 and CPUZ and HW monitor will read the vcore at 1.47-1.5 (depending on CPU usage).
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