P5W voltage question Tags: Motherboards Overclocking Last response: November 5, 2006 5:41 PM in Overclocking Share sean67854 November 3, 2006 9:01:20 PM Which setting will result in a lower voltage for the vMCH, vFSB, and vICR, the auto setting, or explicitly selecting the lowest voltage? More about : p5w voltage question sean67854 November 4, 2006 6:11:27 PM Quote:Why would you even mess with those settings? Uhhh, because wusy's C2D overclocking guide everybody raves about on here says to? rwaritsdario November 5, 2006 2:26:15 AM Its in the guide to allow you a more confortable OCing. Auto will give you the default voltage, and I wouldnt advice you to run anything under default except for vCORE and only if youve proven its stable. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Get the answer sean67854 November 5, 2006 5:41:34 PM Well, I guess that's what I'm asking. Is the default voltage less than the lowest explicitly selectable voltage? I am stable at the lowest selectable voltage. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources Voltage question on RAM for Asus P5W DH Deluxe, overclocking Forum p5w and voltage settings Forum Can't change CPU voltage on P5W DH Forum SolvedOc'ing 3770k 4.4ghz, offset voltage question Forum SolvedMSI i5 Cpu Core Voltage Question? Forum SolvedQuick question regarding CPU/NB voltage ~ Forum SolvedToo much voltage? My temps okay? Memory question too. Forum SolvedCPU Voltage Confusion and AMD Overdrive Question Forum Solvedcpu fan socket voltage question, please help Forum Solvedpush and pull voltage question Forum SolvedMemory voltage question Forum SolvedVoltage question from a beginner Forum SolvedA question concerning PSU and voltage. Forum SolvedLaptop battery and adapter voltage question Forum SolvedQuestions about voltage and overclocking Forum SolvedFx 8320 voltage question Forum SolvedPower Supply question / low voltage rails Forum SolvedCPU voltage question Forum SolvedVoltage questions for i7-950 OC @ 3.72ghz (new OCer!) Forum SolvedMemory voltage question Forum More resources Read discussions in other Overclocking categories CPUs Motherboards Memory Chipsets Heatsinks Water Cooling Intel AMD !