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May 13, 2004 8:53:42 PM

I have amd athlon xp 2600+ on gigabyte ga7N00L
I've read here and elsewhere that gigabyte tends to overvolt the cpu... Currently i'm getting 1.68-1.70vcore
as standard from bios...Anyone know any way to reduce it
to 1.65?I couldnt find any other option that to increase it by 5%,7,5% or 10% in the bios....
Also i've read that gigabyte counts the cpu temperature
inside the socket unlike the other motherboard manufacturers...is that true?if yes a temperature of 50C corresponds to which temperature of any other manufacturer?

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May 14, 2004 7:49:36 PM

Your voltage is ok and your temperature too, you can check with an apps like Motherboard Monitor if you can read more CPU temperature.

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