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Cpu over voltage error

So I just finished changing my radiator position. At the first boot I got an error on the bios saying CPU over voltage error and then under press F1 to go to bios.

After I pressed F1 I saw that the voltage was 2.6 and after various reboots it fluctuated between 2.3 2.6 and 2.7. 

The CPU is overclocked to 5.1ghz with 1.3v so the voltage control was set to manual and it remained manual even when it was saying 2.6v, changing the voltage did nothing.

I cleared the CMOS but nothing.

Mobile: Asus Rog strix z370-e

Cpu: i7 8086k

PSU: Corsair rm850x

P.S. the whole system is less than 3 months old

 

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What happens when you revert to stock clocks

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7 hours ago, fasauceome said:

What happens when you revert to stock clocks

When I clear the CMOS everything goes back to stock, even the CPU voltage setting, but the voltage remains on 2.6

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I would attempt to flash the latest BIOS.

 

Links: https://www.asus.com/Motherboards/ROG-STRIX-Z370-E-GAMING/HelpDesk_Download/

CPU: Intel Core i5-8600K [Delidded | Frequency: 5.1GHz | vCore: 1.45v - Fuck Intel | Cache: 4800MHz | VCCIO: 1.175 | SA: 1.20]

GPU: MSI GTX 1080 Ti ARMOR 11G OC [Core: 2113MHz | Memory: + 1000MHz | Voltage: 1.181v | XOC BIOS]

RAM: TEAM GROUP DARK PRO EDITION [Capacity: 16GB - 8GB x 2 | Frequency: 3866MHz | Timings: 16-16-16-36]

Motherboard: ASUS PRIME Z370-A

PSU: SeaSonic PRIME Ultra 1000W

Case: Fractal S2 Meshify

 

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Might want to check if you got a spot of liquid on the board, perhaps somewhere around the SIO chip.

AWOL

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26 minutes ago, X_X said:

Might want to check if you got a spot of liquid on the board, perhaps somewhere around the SIO chip.

The board appears to be clean.

I took it off and cleaned it with a cloth 

 

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