I5 2400 too much voltage ? Tags: CPUs Intel i5 Overclocking Last response: September 17, 2012 4:54 PM in Overclocking Share run-dll September 17, 2012 3:47:43 PM Sys: MSI z68ma-g43 mobo 2x4gb 1333 mhz ram 120gb extreme sata 3 ssd hd 6870 GPU i5 2400 CPU On idle my chip i5 2400 uses 0.992 V according to CPU-Z and 0.995 according to Core Temp On turbo @3.4 it is around 1.36+ V And this seems to cause overheating I reinstalled everything.. heatsink, paste 4-5 times and nothing changed Running prime 95 intel turbo mode on.. CPU gets to TjMAX in a minute Turned off Intel Turbo Boost It runs better @3.1 but still close to 1.3 V draw Chip is 5 months old I got from a friend it still has guarantee More about : 2400 voltage run-dll September 17, 2012 4:54:01 PM Looks like it was caused by a setting called PLL overvoltage which was set to auto. disabling seems to have fixed the problem Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources Is this voltage too much for my 4.5ghz i5 4670 k ? Forum Solvedwhy 2400mhz is too much for gaming? Forum SolvedToo much voltage? My temps okay? Memory question too. Forum SolvedToo much voltage fluctuations, ups or voltage stabiliser? Forum SolvedI5 2400 core voltage 1.256-1.268 @ 3.4ghz turbo Forum SolvedCPU requires too much voltage to stay stable Forum Solved1.65 RAM voltage too much for intel cpu? Forum Recover data from too much voltage to portable hard drive Forum SolvedToo much voltage the problem with my computer? Forum Solvedvoltage too high for i5 2500K? Forum SolvedHow much voltage is too much? Forum I7 4770K clocked at 4.5ghz, too much voltage? Forum I5-2400 overheats too much Forum Stock i5 3570k voltage too high? Forum CPU voltage dropping too much Forum SolvedI5 3570k OC voltage too high? Forum 4770k needs too much voltage? Forum SolvedNew intel i5 gaming build, how much can I overclock this too? Forum What happens if too much or too little voltage is applied to case fans? Forum Core i5 2500K @ 4.5GHz - Voltage too low yet stable Forum More resources Read discussions in other Overclocking categories CPUs Motherboards Memory Chipsets Heatsinks Water Cooling Intel AMD !