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Abit IP35V CPU Voltage Issue

Redzone321

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Hello all, new to the forum here.

I am having major issues with my abit IP35V board and my E7200.

The System

Abit IP35V
E7200
2x2 Gig of G.SKILL DDR2-1000 CL5-5-5-15 2.1 Volts
PowerUP PS 500 watt - 28 amps on 12 volt rail
EVGA 8800 GT
2 - 500 GB HDD
1 - 160 GB HDD
1 - DVD-RW
1 - ATI 650 pro tuner card

The Problem

I get very poor stability in Windows even at stock settings(I primaraly use Vista but have tried Windows 7 and xp with the same results)

No matter what settings I choose in the bios the voltage always reads as 1.04 -1.048 volts in CPU-Z when the cpu is at 100% load.

Things I have tried

Switching to a low profile, low power ATI video card
only haveing 1 HDD pluged in with lower power video card ( all other drives disconnected)
Leaving everything at default settings
Turning off Speed step/ fan controller things
Manualy setting Ram voltage from 1.8 - 2.1 v
I have tried setting the cpu voltage manualy from 1.07 - 1.325 volts with no change
I have tried channging the VTT
I have tried changing the GTL
I have the newest bios installed (v13)
I have also tried all 3 from abits site ( 11,12,13 )

Solutions...

So please if anyone has any suggestion on what else I can do to try and remedy my problem i would be very gratefull! In the end i want to overclock this chip to 3.1 ish ( just change the fsb to 333)

Please Help!

Thanks All

RedZone
 
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Sounds like your board may not fully support your chip. Are you using the latest bios available?
 

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Sounds like your board may not fully support your chip. Are you using the latest bios available?

Uh reread it! it said he's using the newest
 
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Redzone321

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thanks for the info! looks like im not the only one screwed. bah. time to save up some money for a new board!
 
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