I have been consistantly "building" my pc, upgrading it here and there from time to time. I just recently purchased and successfuly installed a new processor, updating the BIOS in the process. Anyways, I have been having slight problems with performance lately and I cannot seem to figure out why. My pc is clean of all spyware and malware, and nothing is overclocked (other than GPU factory overclocked) or configured outside of standards. I am beggining to think that perhaps my BIOS settings are not correct. I recently purchased a new processer, going from a Singlecore (AMD 3200+) to what I am using right now (AMD 64 4600+x2). I have noticed that on benchmark scores that my video, sata-harddisk, CPU, and memory scores are lower than standard by not too much, but enough for me to worry. I have a program called NVTune that has a feature called NVMonitor that shows real-time pc stats. Under voltages I get a red alarmed status under my CPU and Memory. CPU voltage is 1.3000 and Memory is 2.6000. I am uncertain to what the correct values are, and I am worried that all this can be related and may cause damage in the future, along with slower performance that I am currently noticing. What values should my BIOS be set to? What else could be causing this performance loss?
I am using drivers: "6.86_nforce_win2kxp_international_whql" for my motherboard, "91.47_forceware_winxp2k_english_whql" for my video, and have not modified any system settings.