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Old 04-30-2007, 04:07 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Well, wtf is my voltage reading.. CPU-Z gives me 1.350v, Everest home says 1.68v, my BIOS I believe says 1.375 or so, I'm not sure..

I'm using a 939 3700+ and a DFI Lanparty UT-D NF4.. I couldn't remember it for the life of me..

I wanna see how far I can get my computer to stable.. it's running like at 38 degrees idle so says everest.

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The most accurate would be from the BIOS. Nice overclock by the way.



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Everest - CPU Z isn't reading the current voltage.

I wouldn't put the CPU over 1.6v
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