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Thread: Core voltage?




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    I have an Asus P41533-C motherboard and in the bios there's a hardware monitor that tells you the CPU temp, fan speeds, and voltages. It has a warning next to "core voltage" because it says the nominal value is +2V but it's only at +1.52. Does anyone know what the core voltage is? Everything else is fine. Also, I was just wondering what the average CPU temp. for a P4 2.8Ghz is at idle. Thanks in advance!

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    The core voltage is correct for the cpu (see attatched - form Intel). The warning threshold is probably not set correctly in the monitor.

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    hi i have a asus a7v266 and i was always getting a warning message in the hardware monitor i changed the power supply but still got the warnings after discussing this with the power suppl y vendor he suggested putting a slighly higher value in the vcore or turning the asus probe off which i did that was a year ago and i havent had any problems
    jim

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