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Voltage issue with my Bloodrage GTI.

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Hey guys I got my I7 920 stable at 4.1 Ghz only problem was that it needed a touch over 1.4 volts and at load hits around 85c.

I want to take it back down to 4 Ghz and drop some of the voltage but when ever I change it in the BIOS and lower the voltage CPUZ still shows it as 1.42 volts. And yes I am sure I am saving the changes I make.

No matter what setting I change the voltage stays the same when I get into windows.

Anyone have an idea of what is going on?
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Do you have vdroop off? Having vdroop off will cause the vcore to be higher than what is set in the bios, having vdroop on will cause vcore to be under the voltage set in the bios. If you set your vcore to 1.4v and had vdroop off then it would most likely show 1.41-1.42v in windows. Could also be caused by cpu-z giving a off reading which wouldnt be uncommon.
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