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Something is seriously wrong with the way my motherboard handles core voltage...

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10 months ago#11
13year_old_girl posted...
Well I've managed to get the overclock as stable as possible, and even turned off LLC in the BIOS. The Vcore in the BIOS is listed as 1.356 V which isn't what I wanted but I guess I'll have to deal with it.

Another problem I'm having though, is that the overclock seems to go away after I put the computer on sleep and then turn it on again. Once the computer is back on, the the CPU can only get to a max of 3.4 Ghz. To get the overclock back I have to restart the computer and enter the BIOS, and then save to CMOS again. Any idea on why this is happening?


Could be the button battery in the motherboard's dead.
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