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NTUNE voltage options


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#1 21stCenturyBreakdown

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Posted 07 June 2009 - 07:14 AM

Why do voltage options never show up as usable in the Motherboard Options menu? Is it my chipset? If so, what type of chipset should I get so I can use 'on-the-fly' voltage mods?

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Posted 07 June 2009 - 09:48 AM

I would suggest using your BIOS for proper voltage changing and overclocking. You should check in your BIOS also if you are able to adjust your voltages. If it's an oem computer amde by Dell, HP, etc, or if it's a laptop, you most likely won't be able to change these settings anyway.
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Posted 07 June 2009 - 04:11 PM

I would suggest using your BIOS for proper voltage changing and overclocking. You should check in your BIOS also if you are able to adjust your voltages. If it's an oem computer amde by Dell, HP, etc, or if it's a laptop, you most likely won't be able to change these settings anyway.

Well, it's a piece of #$*! MSI board so it only has ram voltage, THATS IT FOR ANYTHING AT ALL. No other options, I.E. CPU vcore, Multiplier, FSB, etc. so, I'll get one that can do that eventually




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