How To Find CPU Stock VCore?

Hey all, how can I find out what my CPU's stock VCore is? Specifically the AMD FX-4100.

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  1. Disable all power saving features in the BIOS and then open CPU-Z.

    Your stock vcore should then be indicated.
  2. Z1NONLY said:
    Disable all power saving features in the BIOS and then open CPU-Z.

    Your stock vcore should then be indicated.


    I'm not sure I'd want to use a 3rd party software to determine what my CPU's stock vcore is. I've looked around even on AMD's website and I just can't seem to find it listed anywhere.

    If anyone knows the stock VID for the AMD FX-4100 please say.

    Thanks
  3. What software do you intend to use to verify this voltage once you know what you are looking for?

    Whatever software you intend to use for that function, just use it to see what the voltage is after you disable power saving features.
  4. it should be at full load 1.32 - 1.38 depends on motherboard settings you can always try and set it yourself in bios test see if it is stable and do use cpu-z it is reliable as you were told earlier.
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