cpu core voltage and Vcore voltage

  Midsman2005 20:45 12 Aug 05
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Hello forum,

My PC runs rubbish under load.

Someone has suggested I check my voltages as they might be set wrong. Especially the CPU Voltage apparently.

Can someone tell me if these are ok...(taken from everest)

CPU Core = 1.31V
+3.3V = 3.36V
+5V = 5.05V
+12V = 12.22V

In the BIOS the CPU Vcore reads at 1.3V

So do these look normal enough for a P4 3.2Ghz with HT?

  madPentium 22:02 12 Aug 05

nothing to do with voltages. If your voltages were wrong, the processor either wouldnt work or would blow up.

The thing to look at are bottlenecks in your system. Maybe you have small ram, or maybe your hard drive came from an older pc and is only ata66. Maybe you have the older syle ribbon on your hard drive?

There are lots of things to check. Look at what your virtual ram is set to, maybe it's too low.

What sort of applications slow the pc down?

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