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I just replaced my logisys psu with an FSP SAGA 450W PSU (bought from villlainstone). I'm having the same problem that I had with my other psu - no matter what I set my CPU to in BIOS, in asus probe it says that the Vcore is at roughly 1.45. What could be causing this?
 

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The mobo setting have lock the editing of Vcore.
 

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you got overvoltage or something like that activated ?
 

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I don't think so...how can I find out for sure?
 

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What voltage does Cpu-z show? If you don't have it yet, download and install it. It's a nice piece of software for overclockers.<br />
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<a href="http://www.cpuid.com/download/cpu-z-137.zip" target="_blank">http://www.cpuid.com/download/cpu-z-137.zip</a><br />
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There ^^
 
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Not positive but I think the latest K8N BIOS screwed up the vcore adjustment! <br />
If you have the latest BIOS you may need to flash back 1 version if there is not a means of altering your vcore.
 

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OK, I'll flash it - I'm sure I'll be back with questions about how to do that soon, though. Oh, and I'm downloading CPU-z now.
 

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CPU-z says the same thing - I'll flash it sometime later this week, when I have time. Thanks for the input, and rep+.
 
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