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Question gigabyte auros master stuck at 1.6 vcore

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Guys i am having serious difficulties with my new setup.
my i9 9900k climbs to 100C within minutes because my motherboard is setting the vcore to ~1.7!!

i tried to manually adjust vcore to 1.2, 1.3 but it doesnt matter. the vcore climbs back to 1.7 when the OS boots. Am i missing something else? please help me guide in right direction as i cant even use my new build without possibly frying it.
https://imgur.com/a/HhVQIMS

 

P.S FANPWM is zero becuse fans are connected to commander pro rgb

My BIOS setting

https://imgur.com/a/bJigfVi

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Posted · Original PosterOP
5 minutes ago, Mholes said:

Like @Levent said and what PSU do you have? Those voltages are all over the place...

tried clearing the CMOS, updated the BIOS too. PSU is rmx850 Corsair

 

Could it be because i have 2x 8 pin connectors connected to motherboard for CPU? overpowering it..?

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4 minutes ago, gen90 said:

tried clearing the CMOS, updated the BIOS too. PSU is rmx850 Corsair

 

Could it be because i have 2x 8 pin connectors connected to motherboard for CPU? overpowering it..?

Remove one. OR both. If you can boot and your voltages are in control, then we know where the problem lies.

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8 minutes ago, gen90 said:

tried clearing the CMOS, updated the BIOS too. PSU is rmx850 Corsair

 

Could it be because i have 2x 8 pin connectors connected to motherboard for CPU? overpowering it..?

ALSO, check if you accidentally put PCI-E 8-pin connectors instead of CPU 8-pin. They are different.

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Posted · Original PosterOP
13 minutes ago, Mholes said:

Remove one. OR both. If you can boot and your voltages are in control, then we know where the problem lies.

could a faulty Motherboard cause this?

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15 hours ago, gen90 said:

could a faulty Motherboard cause this?

Yes. If the PSU works fine then the problem is your motherboard.

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