Asus A8N-E possible SERIOUS Vcore problems???
I have readed that Asus has cut out the Vcore possibilities from 1,65v to 1.55v in all their 939 mobo's. If you try to select Vcore over 1,5v, the Bios will set it to 1,5v max.
I am very surprised because NOBODY has complained of this, and seems that nobody has set up his mobo over 1,55v... Â¬_Â¬! It seems that I have the only Winchester 3200+ (2000mhz at default) that requires 1,58v for 13h prime95 stability at 2500mhz... everybody that have a 939 cpu can overclock over 2500mhz under 1,5v. I don't think so.
At this moment, I'm using my Winchester on a MSI K8N Neo2 platinum, but I'd like to "jump" on a PCI Express mobo. My mobo undervolts a lot, but I can set up to 1,6v Vcore. I'd like to keep my current oc if I jump to another mobo. Asus A8N-E is a very interesting mobo to have, but I will never buy it if it arrives only at 1,55v.
People that have an Asus NF4 mobo, uses AI Booster to set the Vcore over 1.55v, but... what it happen when they want to oc on Windows Vista, Vista64 or Linux????? I prefer to oc using the bios, not using a poor Windows program...
Can anybody that have an Asus NF4 mobo confirm my suspicions?? If they are true, Asus have a serious problem with overclocker people...
Abit and DFI, don't have this problems (i think).
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