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Old 24th April, 2004, 01:31 PM
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need help to stabalise v core

using mbm v-core shows 1.55v in bios 1.575.Also my v dimm goes out by .1volt.i was wondering if anyone knew where to mesure v-core and v-dimm on the mobo,also if ther was any mods that would do the trick(try modding a abit max-3).hope i am not asking to much but i know i have a 300fsb chip
Intel 2.4c@3.372 280x12fsb 1.575v-core
Ocz gold edition 2x256(5:4 strap 2.0-6-3-3 2.8v)
Epox 4pd2av mobo latest bios
ati excaliber 9800pro gpu@452,1.79volts.ram@364
antec 550w psu adjustable +12v +5v +3.3v
nexus 4xfan controller 18per channell
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Old 24th April, 2004, 03:42 PM
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The difference in the reading between the BIOS and MBM can be due to one of two things:

1) The BIOS is tweaking the values it reads

2) There is more stuff loading the CPU when windows is up, so it's pulling the vcore reading down. Bear in mind that there is a resolution of something like .016v in the reading, so your voltage could actually be up to that much higher than what you are seeing in the display.

As for the mods, don't know of any.
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