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ok i was using amd overdrive, and got my cpu to 3.2 ghz... Now i log back in and the voltage is locked at 1.6 on my motherboard, and the temps went ALL THE WAY UP To like 80c I hurried up and shut down reset the fan, and it still has crazy temps and voltage is stuck, i dont no what to do, i just bought this PC! the temps usually were ideling at 33 c now its like over 60!!!!
 

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Reset CMOS, turn the PC off but leave the power to it, take the battery out for about 5 minutes, put it back in and check the temps.
 

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ok doing that now, what could of done this? i used amd overdrive to OC the cpu, and when i oc i let vcore to auto, and i did a stablity test and the temps were max at 50c on FUll load for like an hour, turned it off and i check and the temps are going crazy!
 

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dont use OVER DRIVE!!!!! overclock in BIOS!!!
yeah, im going to do that from now on you think that is what made the voltage go crazy? im scared now, do you think i did permanent damge to teh cpu
 

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Reset CMOS, turn the PC off but leave the power to it, take the battery out for about 5 minutes, put it back in and check the temps.
Disconnect from power when you do this....
 

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Disconnect from power when you do this....
I thought you left it in ^_^ sorry. And no you wouldn't of done damage to your CPU.
 

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God what i would do without you guys!!!! Reset CMOS (didn't die) and vcore is down.. Now what do you suspect I did wrong? NO more Amd Overdrive. Should i use the motherboard AUTO voltage or do that myself? not sure what happened. with the vcore i had it to 3.3 ghz no problems
 

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Go of other people that have clocked the CPU (as a refrence) and then play around with it, if worst comes to worse you can always reset CMOS again.
 

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You can check most any of the Phenom II OC threads, but you'll want pay particular attention to the guys who have OC'ed just by raising the ref. clock.... the principles will be the same for your 810.
 

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You can check most any of the Phenom II OC threads, but you'll want pay particular attention to the guys who have OC'ed just by raising the ref. clock.... the principles will be the same for your 810.

bingo, qft
 

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It's because the vcore was set to auto. It needs to be set manually so it doesn't go crazy.
 
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