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Old 10-22-2012, 09:42 PM
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Question How to get more than 1.92v ?

Hi , i was trying to get more than 1.92v on my Z77 OC Formula , no matter LLC or v.core selected over 1.92v vcore it remains always in 1.92v no more i could get eventhought i dial 1.96v in bios , how to pass over 1.92v vcore ? using latest beta bios 1.42g. Any help or guidance will be apretiated.

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havent had to VR mod a motherboard in a long time... hopefully we can get a bios fix
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havent had to VR mod a motherboard in a long time... hopefully we can get a bios fix

don't think a bios update can fix it as the firmware controller for vcore is maxed at 1.92v
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