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V Core not correct? Need help

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January 6, 2006 12:14:06 PM

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I managed to OC a 2.8 p4 to 3.2 stable, but my v core readings are different in CPUZ, Everest and in the Bios. I have set 1.600 in the bios wich is the max, but CPUZ shows a little less, and maybe I could push it harder with more voltage. How can I raise it? Is it possible to do it with some kind of software? One more thing, do I need to change ram timings? Buffalo pc3200 runing @ pc2900 (364mhz). Click the links to see screenshots.

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January 7, 2006 5:51:29 PM

Anyone? Please?
January 7, 2006 6:26:19 PM

Possibly a bios update might give you more options for vcore. If 1.6 is as far as it will let you go up in the bios then thats all you will get. No software anywhere is going to help you with that.
January 8, 2006 12:22:54 AM

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Possibly a bios update might give you more options for vcore. If 1.6 is as far as it will let you go up in the bios then thats all you will get. No software anywhere is going to help you with that.

No, i've got the latest bios. So i have to keep the 3.2 configuration...
Thanx
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