CPU Over Voltage

By gstratto ·
I just put together my new system and I get CPU over voltage warning just after post.


Mobo: Asus p7p55d-e pro
CPU: Intel I7 875k
Ram: 4GB Corsair Dominator 1600mhz
Video: Gigabyte GTX470
H70 Hydro cpu cooler
4 x SataII Hdd's (2x500GB, 2x1TB)

The power supply I am using is off my old system and is a 650watt. But seems fine.

System is stable apart from the error on bootup. I have run the system over night for approx 12 hours and no hiccups at all.

The funny thing is it is reporting cpu over voltage but the vcore is 0.00 and red, in the bios.

I am trying to avoid setting bios to defaults, as I set AHCI for my sata drives and dont want to mess that up.

Any Ideas? any help would be greatly appreciated.

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Asus boards . . .

by Who Am I Really In reply to CPU Over Voltage

it's OK to reset it to defaults

select the option to set defaults but don't exit the BIOS

after you reset to the defaults
go back to the SATA configuration and change it back to AHCI then exit and save changes and see if it POSTS properly

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At the very leas the here you need to enter the BIOS

by OH Smeg Moderator In reply to CPU Over Voltage

And check the Alarm Settings. Pay particular attention to the CPU Over Voltage Option.

I would however reset the BIOS to it's Defaults and then reset the AHCI and save the changes as you exit the BIOS.


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