Can anyone help? > > Thanks in advance. > > Jeff DaveW, Feb 26, 2004 #10 Jeff K Guest Creeping Stone <> wrote in news:1pm6a7w5dps02.fwvllk1qw836$: > =|[ Philip Callan's ]|= I think this > would be fixed by applying some arctic silver, no? > I took off the fan awhile back to clean the dust off, and I didn't apply > All rights reserved. how do i remove heatsink? http://fileupster.com/hardware-monitor/hardware-monitor-found-an-error-vcore-voltaje.html
it sucks not using your brain Faq Reply With Quote January 6th, 2005,01:34 PM #12 No Profile Picture regispoulin View Profile View Forum Posts Registered User Devshed Newbie (0 Still nothing. Overclock.net is powered by Fandom Games |FAQ|Support|Privacy|ToS|DMCA|Site Map Sharky Forums Register Help Remember Me? I didnt check with voltmeter Faq Reply With Quote November 28th, 2004,08:26 AM #9 No Profile Picture AdmiralKishen View Profile View Forum Posts Visit Homepage Contributing User Devshed Newbie
Last edited by awaysahmad4u; 02-03-04 at 07:05 AM. Also tried another cpu - no luck. Advanced Search Forum General Forums General Tech Talk and Support hardware monitor and vcore voltage If this is your first visit, be sure to check out the FAQ by clicking the Screenshot of HWMonitor with very high Vcore: http://imgur.com/eSy5t7f Screenshot of CPU-Z mobo information: http://imgur.com/M11oZYl Screenshot of CPU-Z CPU information: http://imgur.com/vk6tRWd Oh yeah, and my specs are: Asrock z68 extreme3 gen3 i5-2500k
Great stuff, doesnt matter if it smudges. Press delete..." > > In BIOS I've found the following information: > > MB Temp: 37C/98.5F > CPU Temp: 51C/123.5F > JTPWR Temp: -26C/14.5F > > CPU Fan Speed 6108RPM > I have found HWMonitor to be more accurate. Cpu-z It is worth pointing out, that two of these rails (the -12v, and -5v), are often not used at all, and will have only a tiny current drawn on them.
Another thing to add: It seems like whenever I disable spread spectrum, It doesn't actually stop the variation in BLCK from occurring. Answer by Amit Submitted on 5/21/2006 Rating: Not yet ratedRate this answer: N/A Worst Weak OK Good Great Ensure that little 3 pin cables from the CPU fan and Power supply Sign up now! http://www.overclockers.com/forums/showthread.php/267376-P3-BIOS-Hardware-Monitor-Problem-with-VCORE-Voltages Also, i am a noob concerning hardware so i want to avoid opening the pc and tinkering with the hardware.Appreciate any help.
Answer by Styx Submitted on 1/24/2006 Rating: Not yet ratedRate this answer: N/A Worst Weak OK Good Great Fantastic help...I went and bought a new CPU Fan..25.00 Replaced old fan..and you Answer by Shantz Submitted on 5/10/2005 Rating: Not yet ratedRate this answer: N/A Worst Weak OK Good Great Hi Chris, Thank you for the advice.My processor fan quit.I took it out EDIT: I have tested multiple versions of both CPU-Z and HWMonitor.Edited by aolivier34 - 1/13/14 at 1:11pm Reply Reply post #4 of 18 1/13/14 at 7:06pm Lucky 23 Intel Cheers!
A 450w would be ok to use? http://www.overclock.net/t/1458745/absurdly-high-cpuid-hwmonitor-vcore-reading-asrock-z68 Full Review Cherry MC 4000 Reviewed by Ino. [Overclock Labs] Cherry MC 4000 Review Cherry offered two of their current office mice for review so I decided to give them Hwmonitor Cpu Vcore Vs Vid kevin Don't forget to use your brain... Cpu Vid Vs Vcore Please help, and I cannot tell the vendor this model, Sony Viao PCV-RX650 is at least 3 years old.
All Rights ReservedAd Choices The information on Computing.Net is the opinions of its users. advce noted but they are so cheap I may just buy a new one as mine is quite old....regards Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Back to PC Hardware forum 8 How to do this??? This makes a failing connector unlikely to be the problem. Hwinfo64
That is probably not sensor error. When i tried to change the voltage settings there i couldnt interact with any of the options for some reason.Thanks Report • #8 OtheHill April 26, 2015 at 13:59:22 Running with View: New Articles|All Articles Home|Reviews|Forums|Articles|My Profile About Overclock.net | Join the Community |Advertise|Contact Us|All Staff MobileDesktop © 2016Enthusiast Inc. The usual is that Yellow and Black ( + and - ) on one of the connections that would go to a CD or hard disk.Again, I would NOT fix this
Powered by vBulletin Version 4.2.2 Copyright © 2016 vBulletin Solutions, Inc. All the others voltages seems good. However, lately it's started to completely hang up on me.
I get power (fans etc) but will not boot. The CPU fan would continue to run, but everything else goes dead, > monitor, keyboard, etc. > Now, at boot-up I began gettting the message during POST: > "Hardware monitor has Realistically, I have to agree that all the symptoms are of a PSU having problems. now what the heck is its problem i am not sure..
AMD AXP 2600+ @ 2.34Ghz (167x14) Cooled with CoolerMaster Aero7+ / Asus A7V8X-X (KT400) / 1GB 333MHz RAM / Maxtor 120Gb DMAX Plus 9 / GeCube Radeon 9600Pro / PixelView PlayTV Sep 2016 (16 items) Pentium 4 [email protected] GHz with HT (7 items) CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAMIntel Core 2 Extreme QX9650Asus P5Q DELUXEGigabyte NVIDIA GeForce GTX 580 Super OverclockGSKILL Trident Extreme Performance I can't see the version of HWMonitor being the root of the problem because with the newest one they just add support for newer CPU's and Windows 8.1. That is strange if you haven't done any changes to the BIOS settings and if it used to work before.
I'm sorry I have so many questions but this is an area I really know very little about and would welcome the advice/opportunity to try and fix it once and for Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Again, I'd not replace it... System Specs: Cpu: Amd Fx-6300 Motherboard: Asus M5A78L-M LX3, bios version 1201(latest) Ram: Kingston HyperX Fure 8gb Graphiks Card: Asus R7 250X Series 1gb PSU: ANTEC VP350P 350WattI am running on When you speak of monitor software, do you mean drivers for my display monitor or are you speaking of the hardware monitor?
But I don't understand why it is causing problem now... [email protected] Sometimes the sensors on the board can send incorrect data, but all the rails are off. Answer by donna Submitted on 4/8/2005 Rating: Not yet ratedRate this answer: N/A Worst Weak OK Good Great i havbe question, regarding hardware monitor subject.
Just stick the probes of a voltmeter into the black and red, then black and yellow. PC Review Home Newsgroups > Hardware > Asus Motherboards > Home Home Quick Links Search Forums Recent Posts Forums Forums Quick Links Search Forums Recent Posts Articles Articles Quick Links Search Or maybe point me to a site where I can research this problem. local computer store is telling me it must be something else going bad and trying to sell me new computer.
I am guessing it will show your vcore readings to b e normal. QX 9650: Retired (17 items) Yellow Fever Dec 2013 - Upd. So maybe the problem is the hardware monitor. Although I do not belive this advice to be harmfull, pretend it came with one of those "I am not resoponsible. . ." disclaimers. NVidia 64MB card, Pinnacle DC2000 Video Card.
A You can leave Turbo at a +0.004 since that is the lowest setting. A fan that has stopped spinning and is > shorted out will take down the 12v, but not the 5v. After doing so, I had an error message : vcore voltage monitor error.