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    Default Z77X-UP7 Vcore Problem!

    I am having trouble with my vcore changing after power cycle. It currently is set to 1.225 volts and reads 1.224 in bios/hardware monitor. I can restart the computer and it doesn't change but as soon as I complete a power cycle it reads 1.164 in bios and 1.236 in hardware monitor. The odd thing about it all is if i set it to 1.215, it has no problems! Can anyone help me out? Btw i am currently on bios F7a. I have attached some pictures of the readings in UEFI.

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    Default Re: Z77X-UP7 Vcore Problem!

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    Default Re: Z77X-UP7 Vcore Problem!

    Hmm. Looks like it's just showing stock (not OC) VID in BIOS, and the Windows program shows either current VID or Vcore.
    Nothing to worry about that I can see? A little strange to show stock VID in BIOS but not hurting anything.
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    Default Re: Z77X-UP7 Vcore Problem!

    Quote Originally Posted by boondocks View Post
    Hmm. Looks like it's just showing stock (not OC) VID in BIOS, and the Windows program shows either current VID or Vcore.
    Nothing to worry about that I can see? A little strange to show stock VID in BIOS but not hurting anything.
    Well I do not think it is stock vid because that is 1.092 volts. The current vid at this overclock is 1.216. This only happens at this voltage. I can lower it by 0.010 and it doesnt show these symptoms!

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    Just one of those quirky things, I guess.
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    Quote Originally Posted by boondocks View Post
    Just one of those quirky things, I guess.
    Yeah i guess so! Thanks for the help and responses! If anyone else has this board, I would appreciate any information about other bios and/or settings!

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    is that with a fixed cpu voltage? or through dvid? and what level loadline calibration are you using
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    Default Re: Z77X-UP7 Vcore Problem!

    Quote Originally Posted by wazza300 View Post
    is that with a fixed cpu voltage? or through dvid? and what level loadline calibration are you using
    It is fixed CPU voltage and i am using Turbo LLC.

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    tried with a lower level llc? it could be boosting the voltage too much
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    Default Re: Z77X-UP7 Vcore Problem!

    Quote Originally Posted by wazza300 View Post
    tried with a lower level llc? it could be boosting the voltage too much
    I just tried with High LLC at 1.235v to give me 1.224v. I shut down the computer and the voltage stayed at 1.224v. It was very odd that the computer would be fine until shut off with Turbo LLC @ 1.225v. Also, that Turbo LLC @ 1.215v was fine with shut down. I will keep you posted on what happens! Thanks for the advice!

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