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How do I read my Vcore with a multimeter?? What pins do I use? I am using the Computer in my sig.<br />
The reason is, I have my Vcore in BIOS set to 1.7v, and OCCT, CPU-Z, and Speedfan, and all the other things say I only have 1.57v.... Please help, Picture guides would be awesome.
 

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Depends on mobo. Google "V-Core measure points on Biostar tForce6100"
 

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The PS may be part of that issue, what you set and what you get can be dependant on the PS too!
 

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hmm.... what am I getting though? should I shoot for 1.75 in BIOS, and hope I get near 1.65???
 

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I found this: <a href="http://forums.pcper.com/showthread.php?p=3824182" target="_blank">http://forums.pcper.com/showthread.php?p=3824182</a><br>
Now, I assume the coil is positive, does that mean I should put the negative on the metal under the motherboard? (IE Ground)<br>
Here is the pic of the Vcore:<br><img alt="" src="http://www.lejabeach.com/pics/Biostar_TForce-6100-939a.jpg" style="border:0px solid;">
 

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C'mon! I'm about to do this!
 
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