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psh, and I thought we were on to something...

 

 

With the differences being the same in two separate programs how does one prove that this is incorrect?

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This is more than intresting!

But if it is true the is only one core that takes more voltage I do not understand that there are peaple who are able to push there dual core to 3+GHz even with extreem cooling :s

 

Or would AMD build in a system that the second core only takes X% of the voltage?

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do you guys think this could be a bios bug, giving one core more then the other? we should check other motherboards and see if it's doing the same. off to google....

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i have my vcore set to 1.5 + 104% in the bios - in winxp it shows up as 1.504 and in sandra core 1 has 1.50 and core 2 has 1.46

 

very interesting

 

x2 3800 Manchester E4

my stepping is: cdbhe 0527 UPBW

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I have same issue in Sandra ,, 1.57 and 1.18 . . That could be a serious problem HOWEVER ..

 

I am at 2805 Per core and I highly doubt it could run at that speed with 1.18Vcore.

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No not a reading on the N bridge. . I think DFI should release a bios that alows a reading of both cores Vcore . . . I doubt the differences can be a great as speed fan and sandra are showing .

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idd the readings have to come from somewhere!

Because if don't have a dual core it only shows 1 voltage.

 

And it can't be the voltage of the chipset!

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I checked around & ppl said that Sandra MIGHT NOT be accurate to report 2 diffrence voltage.

 

MB has only one Vcore regulator, right?!! If that is true then , Sandra should not report 2 Vcore.

Could someone at DFI confirm this (1 Vocre regulator) please?

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Interesting. One of my cores would be able to pass prime around 2800 but of course the other one wouldnt i imagen it was the one with less voltage. arghh. I wonder if this is a design in the cpu or just a software reporting issue? could be why everyone has a flakey core. :) my 2nd core was only stable at 2550 but i didnt want to go above 1.5volts either.

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