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Forum: Mainboard & CPU 26-06-13, 04:25 PM
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Posted By SieB
In your BIOS set the Vcore to 1.35v, boot into...

In your BIOS set the Vcore to 1.35v, boot into Windows and check that it is running at that voltage.
If it is, stress test to make sure it's stable. if not slowly increase the volts a bit at a time...
Forum: Mainboard & CPU 26-06-13, 04:16 PM
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Posted By SieB
I don't know of any other programs for voltage....

I don't know of any other programs for voltage. There is a for sale section but you have to have been a member for a certain amount of time and have a certain amount of posts as well as a few other...
Forum: Mainboard & CPU 26-06-13, 04:10 PM
Replies: 28
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Posted By SieB
The readings are most definitely wrong dude, some...

The readings are most definitely wrong dude, some of the best 2500Ks that have been cherry picked from Intel need at least ~1.25v for 4.5ghz.

I don't know what is going on with your readings and...
Forum: Mainboard & CPU 26-06-13, 04:02 PM
Replies: 28
Views: 4,733
Posted By SieB
The most accurate voltage reading will be from...

The most accurate voltage reading will be from the BIOS, that part of the BIOS will (should) show what the CPU is running at.

Try updating your BIOS to the latest version as well, sometimes it's...
Forum: Mainboard & CPU 26-06-13, 03:41 PM
Replies: 28
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Posted By SieB
According to your BIOS you CPU is running at...

According to your BIOS you CPU is running at 1.36v (shown in the last pic) which makes more sense.
Forum: Mainboard & CPU 26-06-13, 02:56 PM
Replies: 28
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Posted By SieB
Can you post a screenshot of your Bios settings?

Can you post a screenshot of your Bios settings?
Forum: Mainboard & CPU 26-06-13, 02:46 PM
Replies: 28
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Posted By SieB
Something is not right, there is no way a 2500k...

Something is not right, there is no way a 2500k could do a overclock like that at stock volts. Some of the most highly binned 2500ks need at least 1.25v for 4.5ghz.
Forum: Mainboard & CPU 26-06-13, 02:40 PM
Replies: 28
Views: 4,733
Posted By SieB
Are you running an up to date version of CPU-Z?...

Are you running an up to date version of CPU-Z? Can you post a screenshot of your BIOS settings as well.
Either you have the best 2500K in the world or the voltage is not being reported correctly...
Forum: Mainboard & CPU 26-06-13, 01:09 PM
Replies: 28
Views: 4,733
Posted By SieB
Usually, but I can't think of why it's showing...

Usually, but I can't think of why it's showing 0.98v other than not reporting the voltage correctly. ~0.95v is idle volts for SB, sometimes the multi will spike as well so it could of spiked and read...
Forum: Mainboard & CPU 26-06-13, 12:45 PM
Replies: 28
Views: 4,733
Posted By SieB
Do you have speedstep enabled? That's most likely...

Do you have speedstep enabled? That's most likely the voltage when not underload and downclocked by speedstep. Run prime 95 and then check your voltage in CPU-Z.
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