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ASUS ROG Strix x99 Gaming VCORE reporting
#1
I have been using HWINFO since C2D days...and always trusted HWINFO.

I think there is a bug.

I have an ASUS Strix x99 Gaming board, and the Vcore is reporting 1.568v (SHOCKED)
My heart almost dropped thinking I am ov'in my CPU to death.

Using AIDA64, it is reporting the correct vCore. 

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#2
This board doesn't support Vcore monitoring, well more precisely it acts as if it would, but the value you see is not correct.
ASUS originally seemed to report the value you see, but then they changed to report VID instead of Vcore.
So the only value you can use is the VID. I see that the Vcore reported by HWiNFO (which was the original ASUS value too) is confusing, thus I'll rename it in the next build.
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(08-19-2016, 07:23 AM)Martin Wrote: This board doesn't support Vcore monitoring, well more precisely it acts as if it would, but the value you see is not correct.
ASUS originally seemed to report the value you see, but then they changed to report VID instead of Vcore.
So the only value you can use is the VID. I see that the Vcore reported by HWiNFO (which was the original ASUS value too) is confusing, thus I'll rename it in the next build.

Ugghh... Did ASUS change it some sort of proprietary code?  I think their Suite reads the Vcore correctly.
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#4
I believe their AI Suite reports VID instead of Vcore as well.
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