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I am trying to get started over-clocking my computer. My problem is I can't seem to find the initial settings the BIOS use since the default voltage settings are set to auto. Unless I find the stable starting voltages I will have a hard time getting a fully stable over-clock. I have tried CPU-Z but that leaves out a lot of voltage settings my motherboard supports like:

IOH Voltage
ICH Voltage
DRAM Bus Voltage
QPI/DRAM Core Voltage

Are there any programs I can run that will tell me what the BIOS auto sets these to?
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I am trying to get started over-clocking my computer. My problem is I can't seem to find the initial settings the BIOS use since the default voltage settings are set to auto. Unless I find the stable starting voltages I will have a hard time getting a fully stable over-clock. I have tried CPU-Z but that leaves out a lot of voltage settings my motherboard supports like:

IOH Voltage
ICH Voltage
DRAM Bus Voltage
QPI/DRAM Core Voltage

Are there any programs I can run that will tell me what the BIOS auto sets these to?
Your bios will tell you somewhere. Also download a program Called CPU-Z. It will tell you your RAM and CPU voltage
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