CPU core voltage constantly changing Tags: CPUs Core Last response: August 25, 2010 1:22 PM in CPUs Share adriabb August 25, 2010 10:01:44 AM Hi. I don't know if I didn't notice this before but in CPU-Z the CPU core voltage is constantly changing between 1,380V and 1,392V. Is that normal? I'm using and AMD 965BE at stock settings (auto) together with a good motherboard and power supply. Thanks for your advice, PD: Now it seems to be stable at 1,380V again... More about : cpu core voltage constantly changing rwpritchett a b à CPUs August 25, 2010 12:30:48 PM Yes, that's normal. It's part of AMD's cool-n-quiet feature that reduces the CPU clock and voltage to save on power/heat when the CPU is idle. No worries. adriabb August 25, 2010 1:22:02 PM rwpritchett said:Yes, that's normal. It's part of AMD's cool-n-quiet feature that reduces the CPU clock and voltage to save on power/heat when the CPU is idle. No worries. Thanks. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources Solvedintel i5 2450m core voltage constantly changing Forum SolvedNeed help changing core voltage in Bios! Forum SolvedChanging core voltage of GPU through MSI Afterburner Forum SolvedCPU Temps constantly changing Forum SolvedCore Voltage, Core Speed, Multiplier and Bus Speed changing Forum SolvedCore voltage keeps changing Forum How to change the CPU Core Voltage? Forum [Solved] MSI P67A-G43 B3 won't let me change CPU CORE VOLTAGE Forum SolvedHelp with changing CPU Voltage Forum SolvedWhy is my CPU voltage changing itself? Forum SolvedConstant high load on CPU + Low voltage Forum Solvedvoltage on each cpu core Forum Changing CPU Voltage Forum SolvedCant change Core Voltage Msi Afterburner Forum Cpu multiplier constantly changing Forum CPU-Z constantly changing specs!?!? Forum SolvedCPU Core Voltage Forum AMD overdrive seems to be changing or misreading memory core voltage. Forum changing voltage in a cpu Forum SolvedCPU Core Voltage [+0.060000] What does it Mean? Forum More resources Read discussions in other CPUs categories AMD Intel Intel i5 Intel i7 Phenom Cooling Performance !