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I9 9900KF drawing a LOT of voltage

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3 minutes ago, ninja ride123 said:

Umm i cant find vcore( i am a noob)

and thats when i am just browsing but when i am playing it gets to 90c

where is vcore

That program you're using might not show it. Download either CPU-Z or HWInfo64 and you'll find it there. HWInfo is usually a better all-around monitoring SW anyways.

 

As far as temps, 90 C is a bit high. Please provide some info about your cooling solution, case, and fans.

Hello! I dont know what to do i have a i9 9900KF and when turbo boost is on I am seeing 1.43 - 1.49 volts  everything stock! I dont know what to do I have reealy bad temps too!

Mb b360 pro gaming TUF

PLEASE I NEED HELP!

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Look at vcore, not VID.

 

Your temps are also fine. On the high side, but not high enough to get really worried about.

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6 minutes ago, RAS_3885 said:

Look at vcore, not VID.

 

Your temps are also fine. On the high side, but not high enough to get really worried about.

Umm i cant find vcore( i am a noob)

and thats when i am just browsing but when i am playing it gets to 90c

where is vcore

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3 minutes ago, ninja ride123 said:

Umm i cant find vcore( i am a noob)

and thats when i am just browsing but when i am playing it gets to 90c

where is vcore

That program you're using might not show it. Download either CPU-Z or HWInfo64 and you'll find it there. HWInfo is usually a better all-around monitoring SW anyways.

 

As far as temps, 90 C is a bit high. Please provide some info about your cooling solution, case, and fans.

Be sure to QUOTE or TAG me in your reply so I see it!

 

GAMING RIG -----> i7 4790k - GTX 1080 - MSI Z97 Gaming 5 - Fractal Design Define S - LOTS of Noctua cooling

FOLDING RIG ----> i7 2700K - GTX 1070 - GTX 1660 Ti - ASUS something or another motherboard - Antec 900

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Just now, RAS_3885 said:

That program you're using might not show it. Download either CPU-Z or HWInfo64 and you'll find it there. HWInfo is usually a better all-around monitoring SW anyways.

opened hwmonitor got vcore 1.2 average , max 1.392v is it ok?

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8 minutes ago, RAS_3885 said:

That program you're using might not show it. Download either CPU-Z or HWInfo64 and you'll find it there. HWInfo is usually a better all-around monitoring SW anyways.

 

As far as temps, 90 C is a bit high. Please provide some info about your cooling solution, case, and fans.

and cooling sry did not see corsair h100x mounted in front!  and 1 fan at back

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5 minutes ago, ninja ride123 said:

and 1.392 when stress testing for a few sec just to see

On the high side, but it's probably totally normal for auto voltage on the chip/board. Auto will usually push more than is necessary.

 

You can either undervolt the CPU or upgrade your cooling solution to deal with the temps.

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GAMING RIG -----> i7 4790k - GTX 1080 - MSI Z97 Gaming 5 - Fractal Design Define S - LOTS of Noctua cooling

FOLDING RIG ----> i7 2700K - GTX 1070 - GTX 1660 Ti - ASUS something or another motherboard - Antec 900

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Just now, RAS_3885 said:

On the high side, but it's probably totally normal for auto voltage on the chip/board. Auto will usually push more than is necessary.

 

You can either undervolt the CPU or upgrade your cooling solution to deal with the temps.

yes i really thinked about undervolting cpu! but when i want to try the option in XTU is locked

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5 minutes ago, RAS_3885 said:

On the high side, but it's probably totally normal for auto voltage on the chip/board. Auto will usually push more than is necessary.

 

You can either undervolt the CPU or upgrade your cooling solution to deal with the temps.

nvm not jumping 83 celsius and average 70c is it safe?

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11 minutes ago, ninja ride123 said:

yes i really thinked about undervolting cpu! but when i want to try the option in XTU is locked

Use the BIOS

4 minutes ago, ninja ride123 said:

nvm not jumping 83 celsius and average 70c is it safe?

Yes, that's safe.

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GAMING RIG -----> i7 4790k - GTX 1080 - MSI Z97 Gaming 5 - Fractal Design Define S - LOTS of Noctua cooling

FOLDING RIG ----> i7 2700K - GTX 1070 - GTX 1660 Ti - ASUS something or another motherboard - Antec 900

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