Appreciate your help anyways. I'm using a i7 6800k so no integrated graphics which should give me a value for the package output close to the max core. I always keep an eye on it but mainly use the core max temp. I've used also hwmonitor and the package temp is much closer to max core value...
Back after some time. It seems the mobo doesn't really monitor it but it reflects or shows what i've entered in bios. Using HWmonitor it'll tell me under Ring/LLC the value i entered. Anyway to know if its monitoring it? Thanks.
First of all thanks for the wonderful and very useful application. Since i first opened it, never used anything else. Oh, im lying, i do need to use hwmonitor for RING/LLC voltage as i cant get it with hwinfo.
My concern is as mentioned before, my package temps are always +5C from the max...
Got it, I'll look around and see if the value it's reported in bios. I know I could change it but
Don't really know what the defusult value is, i could only do an offset. I'll try one of the tolls as you mentioned. Thanks a lot.
I've been dealing with bIos plenty for overclocking and I know the voltage is there,it's called ring voltage.
I just don't see that specific name in hwinfo and thought it could be renamed.
What gigabyte tool are you referring to?
Appreciate your response. I really dont have a clue if it could report it. Anyway to know this?
I have a GA-X99 Ultra gaming, its a decent mobo i beleive. Please advise. I know for sure that it has adjustments for it in uefi bios.