Solved If my motherboard auto changes the voltages, do I need to change them? Tags: CPUs Motherboards Phenom Overclocking Last response: August 28, 2011 1:08 PM in Overclocking Share chilypepper August 27, 2011 12:54:27 AM I did a minor Oc (3.6 to 3.8) on my phenom ii x4 965. Now i opened cpu id, and when my multiplier is @ 19, then the voltages are are 1.456. This seems kind of high (read somewhere never to go past 1.5) So is it safe to take it to x 21 or x22? Motherboard is GIGABYTE 990xA UD3 More about : motherboard auto voltages change Best solution henydiah a c 135 à CPUs a b V Motherboard a c 233 K Overclocking August 27, 2011 1:50:59 AM Yep .. Safe and fine but if You want more low voltage and temperature , you can sellect it by manual voltage, changhe small : 3.8 ghz arround 1.39v - 1.42v chilypepper August 28, 2011 1:08:29 PM Best answer selected by chilypepper. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources: ForumAuto vcore at 1.65 and will not change ForumChanging voltages very often, is it bad for my cpu? ForumCant change voltages on asus m4a79xdt evo ForumKeep memory voltage on auto ? ForumHow do you change CPU voltage? ForumCore Voltage Wont Change ForumCpu Voltage not changing in CPUZ as i change in bios ForumP45 or E8500? One of them has become sleepy ForumI7-970 overclocked to 4.2ghz without voltage change ForumWhat do I need to change on BIOS to get 1866 RAM? ForumSafe voltages for amd phenom ii x4 945 Forumneed help with memory timings and making them stay.... ForumHas ASUS Auto Tune given me a safe OC? Forum3570k & Z77X-D3h: Any change From Auto = BIOS Boot Fail ForumDid I screw my PC up by using Auto -Tune ForumHelp with E8400 voltages please ForumCPU multiplier shows 45 in the BIOS, yet shows 43 on everything else Forum[Solved] I7-2600k turbo values change? Forum[Solved] Need tips for my new wc build PLEASE. ForumDo i have a auto overclocking problem? More resources Read discussions in other Overclocking categories CPUs Motherboards Memory Chipsets Heatsinks Water Cooling Intel AMD !