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I get different voltage readings for my core in the bios and in cpuz, which one is right? Also, in cpuz it seems as if it has 2 voltage settings for example, I will set at 1.48 in bios and in cpuz I will either get 1.464 or 1.472

Can someone clear this up please?
 

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For me, I think I would trust the bios. I read that people have recommended that bios are a bit more accurate than software readings.
 

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Trust no one.
 

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You can see the it under "hardware monitor" depending on your BIOS software. In my case, it states it in "PC Health Status". It shows the exact temperature of the CPU, System Temp, Fan Speed, voltages, etc. So yours may vary.

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Originally Posted by chatch15117 View Post
I don't understand the problem here. In the BIOS, you set the target voltage. CPU-Z displays the actual voltage.
 
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