Low voltage

i currently have my intel e6400 running at 8*380=3040 MHz on my gigabyte EP45-UD3P with the latest bios. my concern is that my system is runnin below normal voltage, regular voltage is 1.325 and is currently set to 1.296

should i be worry?
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  1. nope. Do not worry at all. Under load you get what is called V-droop. This, while a pain for some higher overclocks will not hurt the system(Intel in fact says it should be there). As long as its stable, do not worry.
  2. And anything less that .05 volts is pretty good.
  3. I think it's a bug that gives you a low voltage when your voltage is pretty high.
  4. Not a bug. It's called voltage droop. Google it.
  5. Have E6400 @ 8 x 400 = 3.2 GHz
    Using HWMonitor my vcore is 1.22 (Min 1.20, max 1.22)
  6. i think that i disable my v-drop but if is nothing to worry about im fine. thanks guys for all ur help
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