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Alright, so it looks like you're running the most recent BIOS for your board, which is good. Could you do me a favor and set the vcore to default and start up your comp and take a look at CPU-Z. I'd like to know how much voltage your board is giving your chip by default, and if it does any fluctuating under load (like Prime95 Blend).
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Will do tomorrow. Cant do it right now.

Thanks already
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