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April 23, 2013 6:12:12 AM

I use Gigabyte P61-S3 and G2120 intel cpu. windows 8 64bit. 4gb DDR3.
after using aida64 i noticed that cpu core voltage is extremely high. but if i check in bios. my voltage is normal. is there some thing wrong with the sensor or with my PS. I using Power logic magnum as power supply.

Is there anything should i worried?
PS: never over clock.

CPU core is 1.068 ( i think this is still normal)
+3.3V --->3.683V
+5V ---> 7.590V
+12v ---> 19.277

the value is extremely high. but when i check in bios the value is normal. btw the temp is normal. around 34-39 C.
April 23, 2013 6:18:34 AM

What value are you saying is very high? All of the values you posted are pretty normal. A CPU core running at 1.068V is perfectly normal with no overclock.
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April 23, 2013 6:21:45 AM

There is something wrong with the software! The sensors don't provide a clear voltage values, but a number instead. This needs to be converted to a decimal voltage value with an offset and a calculation. The software needs to know the exact sensor type, the way it is calibrated and how the values are stored by this exact bios version. Bottom line: bios knows best.
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April 23, 2013 6:32:05 AM

noidea_77 said:
There is something wrong with the software! The sensors don't provide a clear voltage values, but a number instead. This needs to be converted to a decimal voltage value with an offset and a calculation. The software needs to know the exact sensor type, the way it is calibrated and how the values are stored by this exact bios version. Bottom line: bios knows best.


i already try to update the software for aida64. but the result is the same. and also try other software. like hwmonitor. the result is the same with aida64. those 2 result that makes me worried. is there any better software to see the exact cpu core voltage.
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April 23, 2013 6:57:27 AM

noidea_77 said:
Bottom line: bios knows best.


Agreed, do not rely on software. The voltages AIDA64 is showing are out of the ATX specs so something is not right there. If it is so concerning that you feel you need to do/check something, I might suggest swapping the PSU for a known working one and seeing if your voltage results change.
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