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Quick Q - 2500k/UD4 Every vcore setting in bios always reads 1.2v in CPUID

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I haven't encountered this before, and don't think it's vdroop because no matter the setting in bios, it always reads 1.12v-1.128v =/ My bios settings are 1.3v as of right now.

I assume it's a common problem, so do any of you guys know what needs to be done? (By the way, it's been at 4.5ghz, [followed a guide] and has been stable for the past couple hours).

Thanks
post #2 of 6
Get HWInfo32. It's reading the VTT rather than the VCore.
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post #3 of 6
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I don't see vcore on HWInfo32, but is it the "CPU Status?" If it is, it says 1.366v, while my vcore in bios is 1.3v.
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Could it have something to do with the fact that I'm running the version F1? I'm updating it now.
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There's mine on my UD4-B3.
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It says 1.296 there =D

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