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Thread: Seeing different values for Vcore within BIOS

  1. #11
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    Aug 2009
    Birmingham,Great Britain

    Default Re: Seeing different values for Vcore within BIOS

    you only need to set cpu,dram and qpi/vtt voltages manually,all the rest are fine on auto imo,same for the advanced memory timings,just set the basic according to ram ect and command rate 1T will be better than 2T
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  2. #12
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    Jan 2011

    Default Re: Seeing different values for Vcore within BIOS

    So, after much tinkering, I have found that even on completely stock settings, I get that start-restart-restart sort of thing that I always had since day 1. I can overclock, or do whatever and it's always there. Even on stock settings, I occasionally get a message that says my overclocked settings may have caused this... resetting to default (but they already were...). I have also noticed that I get lots of errors in my seti@home, but I always thought that was a driver issue... maybe there's a connection. I've run prime95 without any errors, ever (overclocked or not).

    I still have never heard an explanation as to why I seem to have two different voltage measurements within the BIOS for Vcore, which is a little unnerving.
    What's going on here? (RMA?) To me this seems like a mobo issue from everything I've seen


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