Vcore too low? Tags: CPUs Last response: August 27, 2002 9:02 PM in CPUs Share Cooj August 27, 2002 12:56:36 AM These are my new parts: P4 1.8A GHZ Abit TH7II-RAID Samsung 512mb PC800 16bit ss RDRAM I just installed Winbond Hardware Doctor and it lists my vcore as 1.44 roughly. It seems to me this is really low esp since in my bios it's set to 1.5v. Can anyone explain this? If I O/C my processor to 2.4 ghz and set my vcore to 1.625 my vcore in Winbond is listed as 1.5 something. Is this normal? PErsonally I only got O/c stable at 1.625 volts. This seems a little high isn't it? Cooj I am ignorant no more! More about : vcore low FUGGER August 27, 2002 1:48:17 AM That is correct vcore. It is how much the CPU allowed to draw vs driving 1.5v to it or more. You can mod your mobo with a 47K ohm VR to the HIP6301 pin 7 and force your vcore to 1.5 or more. My 2.4B draws 1.38v @ default, the lower vcore at default the better the chip is. -from my experience overclocking. You are limited to what your mind can perceive. chuck232 August 27, 2002 11:39:47 AM Yeah, if it can run stable at a lower vcore, then it probably'll have more potential, since running that speed at a lower vcore usually means it doesn't need as much vcore to go higher. <i>Past mistakes may make you look stupid, but avoiding future ones will make you look smart!</i> Related resources Vcore set too low ???????? - Forum Low Vcore - Forum Is this stock Vcore too high(fixed) - Forum PC shuts down when im increasing vcore too much - Forum I7 920 D0 OC'ing at 3.9, Can't find low + stable vcore - Forum Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Get the answer Crashman a b à CPUs August 27, 2002 5:27:10 PM Actually, I think it's a power supply issue. What is your 3.3v setting reading at? <font color=blue>You're posting in a forum with class. It may be third class, but it's still class!</font color=blue> Cooj August 27, 2002 6:05:56 PM Hrmm, I'm not sure I'm at work right now. I will check once I get home. What should I be looking at in terms of an okay reading? Cooj I am ignorant no more! Crashman a b à CPUs August 27, 2002 7:35:00 PM Well, if it's around 3.2v, that could explain the difference. <font color=blue>You're posting in a forum with class. It may be third class, but it's still class!</font color=blue> FUGGER August 27, 2002 9:02:59 PM There is no problem, the TH7-II is working correctly. That is a correct vcore reading and perfectly normal. Even if the 3.3v was down the HIP6301 will still let the CPU draw only what it needs unless you mod the HIP6301 with a VR. You are limited to what your mind can perceive. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources: ForumLow VCORE warning in BIOS ForumLow default Vcore and Multiplier on X4 955 Forumhow low can vcore get and still be stable (q9550 @ 3.4) ForumAsus P6T question: Very low vcore ForumCore i7 920 default vCore seems low ForumCPU-Z and HW Monitor report my Vcore way to low .... ForumE4300 Vcore ...How low are you running? ForumCore2Duo Vcore too high? ForumLow V.core X2 overclock Forum2550k @ 4ghz @ 1.2 vcore ForumWhere can I find a good mechanical keyboard? More resources Read discussions in other CPUs categories AMD Intel Intel i5 Intel i7 Phenom Cooling Performance !