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I have a giga-byte 945gcmx-s2 motherboard and a Intel E6300 cpu. In the CMOS i have a vcore fail error. Everything else is fine and There is no problems with the system or cpu temp. Could you help me with this.

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  • George Maeweather Aug 03, 2010

    thanks I will give it a try.



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Any multicore proc would have issues w/o the spare power to draw on.
If you have a duel power connection then it will require both the power wires to connect for the VCore to work correctly, It could also be due to power supply not powerful enough for the pc..

Try resetting your CMOS to default see if that solves anything if it doesn't then Its down the the power supply.

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