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Old 01-13-2008, 05:06 PM   #11
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is that CPU voltage correct?! i see it was 1.5500v!!
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Old 01-13-2008, 05:11 PM   #12
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is that CPU voltage correct?! i see it was 1.5500v!!
yeah is that good or bad?
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yeah is that good or bad?
well, by CPU voltage i assume its the vCore, which is normally 1.22v or so, maybe more if its been overclocked, but increasing the vCore increaes performance of the CPU right, but it also makes it run much hotter but i mean there must be a mistake in the way nVidia Monitor is reading that voltage because 1.5 is high!! it would surely lead to the computer shutting down because of overheating with stock cooling
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well, by CPU voltage i assume its the vCore, which is normally 1.22v or so, maybe more if its been overclocked, but increasing the vCore increaes performance of the CPU right, but it also makes it run much hotter but i mean there must be a mistake in the way nVidia Monitor is reading that voltage because 1.5 is high!! it would surely lead to the computer shutting down because of overheating with stock cooling
nasty nasty i dont want to hear that. this is a brand new pc i didnt build it and it came from a good company.
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Old 01-13-2008, 05:19 PM   #15
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the temps in F so its 54c , just turn it on to 50 speed.

go into the bios and see if you can find "the real vcore" or try to reduce it.
that vcore could fry your cpu
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Ntune is incorrect in reporting the vcore. Mine also says 1.55V, but it's actually much lower than that.
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the temps in F so its 54c , just turn it on to 50 speed.

go into the bios and see if you can find "the real vcore" or try to reduce it.
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was that with the fan on the video card on 100
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Ew nTune... uninstall it. Now. I wouldn't be surprised if that cleared up your problem.
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Ew nTune... uninstall it. Now. I wouldn't be surprised if that cleared up your problem.
if i uninstalled ntune how am i suppose to control the fans and monitor my temps?
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