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Thread: changing voltage in ma770-ds3




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    Unhappy changing voltage in ma770-ds3

    Hi all,

    I need to change the proc voltage ... easytuner says it is 1.250 i want to reduce it to 1.15 Becos my pc is getting high temps quickly.. some times i cant even boot it ..
    1.15 makes my pc a bit stable.. (proc -> phenom 9550)

    whenever i change the voltage using easy tuner it saves it just for the session and the time i reboot my pc it goes off.. i need to save this seeting Permanantly....

    Need some HELP pls....

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    Default Re: changing voltage in ma770-ds3

    You should change your voltage in the BIOS, then it will always stay the same

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    Default Re: changing voltage in ma770-ds3

    i dont see any direct option at all..

    this is wat i remeber seeing the bios.

    normal vcore voltag 1.50 {??} not sure wats this is
    and every option there just adds up like (+.05v, ... etc) ... no hard seting the voltage....

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    Default Re: changing voltage in ma770-ds3

    Are you using the latest BIOS? If not, please do update it >>>
    http://forums.tweaktown.com/f69/bios...h-guide-27576/

    Those are just fine adjustments, so you can increase little by little if you like, they will be hard set

    Then if you still do not see any voltages for your Ram on the MAIN page of the BIOS press Control + F1 and then go into MIT Section and see if you see them then


    Please do read the guide above so you do a proper flash

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