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Old 04-17-2005, 07:19 PM   #1 (permalink)
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i use the latest bios of epox nforce3 ultra. i found a bug on my bios.

the problem is : when i changed AGP voltage 1.6V, magichealth shows it 1.7V. if i change agp voltage 1.7V, this time it shows 1.6V.

i dont understand why it does like that. please help. i want epox users in this forum test it. if you experience the same problem, i feel better.
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You could check your voltage with a different program. I am not sure motherboard monitor will tell you agp voltage. I know asus probe does. I would check it with a different program, the bios could be wrong.
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Old 04-17-2005, 07:26 PM   #3 (permalink)
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i updated bios several times. i think the problem resulting from bios. i sent an email to epox about this problem.
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Google speedfan and dl it. It will tell you your temps, rpms, and voltages. Check it out, see if you can make any sence of yor voltages.
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