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I just received my asus b3 p8p67 mother board replacement from asus after putting back together everything went smooth had no problem, but when i load up my cpuz and start running prime95 cpuz showing my cpu voltage is running at 1.26v to 1.28v so i'm wondering why is my stock clock i5 2500k taking so much voltage on my new asus b3 replacement mobo comapre to my old b2 p8p67 mother board?
Edited by fatmario - 3/11/11 at 6:18pm
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Originally Posted by fatmario View Post
my old mother board asus p8p67 show only 1.84v was highest during prime95
I sure as heck hope that's a typo.
As for your current stock vcore, why don't you try undervolting and see how that goes?
EDIT:
Oops though this was a CPU discussion, nvm >.<
Edited by shuojinz - 3/11/11 at 2:41pm
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Samsung 830 128GB SAMSUNG Spinpoint F3 1TB LG DVD±RW SuperMulti Drive Black Noctua NH-D14 
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Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit LG E2050T-SN 20" 1600x900 Daskeyboard Ultimate Silent NZXT HALE 90 HALE90-650-M 650W 
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Originally Posted by shuojinz View Post
I sure as heck hope that's a typo.
As for your current stock vcore, why don't you try undervolting and see how that goes?
EDIT:
Oops though this was a CPU discussion, nvm >.<
well I'm wondering why did the voltage increase for my i5 2500k cpu which is running on stock clock after replacing with new b3 mother board.
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