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NF4 SLI-D> Problem with X2 4400+

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I have possibly found a problem with themobo and/or CPU: In the program speedfan I can examine the voltages of each core. In the bios I've set the voltage to 1.45V and now Smartguardian shows 1.4V and speedfan [ b]Vcore1 1.41V[/b ] (I gues this will be the 1.4V of Smartguardian) and [ b]Vcore2 [ u]only[/u ] 1.26V.[/b ]

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Is this normal? Have other people the same thing with dual cores?

Or would this be cause why one of my cores don't like to be overclocked when i thes them with prime95?

 

If this is a problem is this in the waranty?

Or is this just a bios problem or does the readings show some other voltage?

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Anyone that may know something please shed light on this.

 

 

EDIT:

 

I downloaded this program as well and I am getting the same indication. Is this a true indication? I think this deserves a lot of attention!

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yep I just downloaded the rpogram and checked mine:

vcore1 1.30

vcore2 1.17

 

intersting find headshot.

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OOP'S I stand corrected in mainboard Info Sandra does show 1.36 and 1.17 sorry for the goof there guys. I was looking at CPU / bios screen and when you go from CPU core 0 or core 1 they show the same volts.

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