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VCore voltage problem_+3.3V red.

Hi. I have a problem with my VCore voltage. The 3.3V is at 2.64V and shows red in the Bios. At start up I get the message: Hardware Monitor found an error. What also happens is that after a while of working on my PC, my screen shuts down. It looks like the PC is still working - it's just that the screen goes black. The little green light on the screen (next to the on/off button) goes red. Is this related to the VCore voltage problem or is it something else? I have taken it in to two different computer repair places and they cant find the problem.

Please help? O, and excuse my eeengleesh...

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  • Anonymous May 02, 2009

    After working awhile on CPU the screen freezes so nothing can be done.
    My vcore voltage showsh even worse, when that happens - 2.47-2.48v. Must be 3.3v.
    But in the beginning it shows 3.32v and everything is fine.



  • Patrick Ultsch May 11, 2010

    3.3v supply has a thermoload on it , first power up motherboard if you can, One of the plug in pcb's has a 2 pin connector possible labled P14 on it this is a 3.3v sence connection. tell me if you disconnect it does the power supply shut down. Do not re connect this P14 connector with power connected to power supply. Let me know.

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Because I'm looking at the motherboard manual right now, and state you are mistaken.

1) Use the Right Side Arrow key, and highlight the - Advanced - tab on top of the Main menu.

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In addition to the following solution, you may also set the CPU core voltage to your CPU specification. My Q9400 VCore specification is 0.85~1.3625V. The BIOS auto setting sets it at 1.1625V. I just manually set it to 1.3625. CPUZ shows that C1E and stepping will lower it as necessary. It should provide the CPU more juice when it needs it, while keeps it cool when it is idle.

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