Vcore warning

Hi everyone,
First post here..

I just got around to installing ASUS PC Probe, and it's giving me a warning for my Vcore. It displays Vcore as 1.28v, and I don't know what the accepted value is.

How can I solve this problem?

I've also noticed through pc probe that all my voltages are a little bit off:
3.3v -> 3.34v
5.0v -> 4.95v
12.0v -> 11.9v

All of the voltages are pretty much steady and don't fluctuate. Is this normal?

Thanks

My system:
AMD64 X2 5200+ (non oc)
4 x 1gb DDR2 Ram
Asus M2N32-SLI Deluxe
GeForce 7900GS
500W PS
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  1. Don't know about Vcore, but I wouldn't worry about small variations in voltages like that; the readings probably aren't accurate to more than a couple of percent anyway.
  2. Depending on the chip you have determines the Vcore. Run CPU-Z to get the exact CPU and check the details in this list for the Vcore.
  3. inv4zn said:
    Hi everyone,
    First post here..

    I just got around to installing ASUS PC Probe, and it's giving me a warning for my Vcore. It displays Vcore as 1.28v, and I don't know what the accepted value is.



    You can set the threshold warnings where you want them, Asus sets them too low for pactical use. Your still lower than maximum stock Vcore. Stock voltage is under 1.36v, once you pass 1.36v then you past the stock voltage or Vcore. When I first used Asus PC Probe I had to raise the thresholds to keep those damn alarms from going off.
  4. These voltages are perfectly normal and ok. Don't worry.
  5. aziraphale said:
    These voltages are perfectly normal and ok. Don't worry.


    Agreed, you can go as high as 1.45 Vcore if you have either Tuniq Tower 120 or Thermalright Ultra 120 Extreme with ambient room temps of 70F or 35C.
  6. wow, fast replies lol.

    Great, I guess I won't worry about it then...

    Thanks a lot!
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