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Z390 GAMING X BIOS Gigabyte showing incorect Vcore

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Hi, my motherboard showing Vcore on my i5 8600k in around 2.6V in BIOS.
CPU-Z showed me the same Vcore aswel, i think actualy its not true couse my PC would burn already propably :D
Its a strange bug, i already updated several times BIOS to newest (and even oldest) drivers.
I even took out the battery from BIOS to make "hard reset" but this didint change anything.
Can you help me with fixing this BUG?

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If its in the BIOS the only thing you can do is contact Gigabyte. That isnt a windows / software issue misreading the voltage.

I also would assume that CPU would be gone already with that much voltage, so its probably not reporting correctly. Still a major concerrn in the BIOS says it.

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I would contact Gigabyte to do a RMA due to bad voltage sensors even your memory voltage is off it should be roughly between 1.5 and 1.65 depending on memory...i'd be willing to bet there are others too!

Edited by MadMan

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