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    Default Bug in ET6?

    I discovered that ET6 does not properly represent Core Voltage when the Core Voltage is set with Normal + Offset in BIOS.

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    BIOS setting: Normal + offset 0.14375v. ET6 > Tuner > Advance > Voltage reads 1.51250v. When I have used lower offsets, I still get a Target of 1.51250v. This is clearly an error.

    Note that in the HW tab of ET6 Vcore reads 1.264v, just like CPU-Z.

    When Vcore is set to a fixed amount in BIOS, the ET6 > Tuner > Advance > Voltage approximately agrees with direct measures of Vcore (the measured Vcore fluctuates from a little below to a little above the Vcore set in BIOS).

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    Default Re: Bug in ET6?

    What is your "Normal" and do you have EIST and C1E enabled?

    It probably is a bug though, since the board/BIOS is guessing an amount because Auto/Normal Vcore isn't always a constant.

    Send in a report, they may have an explanation for you on why it's like that
    http://www.gigabyte.com/support-down...l-support.aspx

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    Default Re: Bug in ET6?

    Thank you for your suggestion. I filed a bug report.

    EIST and C1E are disabled.

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    Default Re: Bug in ET6?

    Does it also happen with Speedstep enabled too? Just wondering, they should be able to tell you why or if it's a bug.

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