Question The problem with high vcore in my processors

Jul 21, 2019
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Hello.

My set looks as follows:
Motherboard MSI H81M-P33
Card graphic GTX 750 Ti 1GB
Memory 2x4GB DDR3
Power Supply Antec 500W
Processors G1840 i i7 4790

I have a question regarding vcore's that are present in my processors.
Well, vcore in G1840 is 1.728V and in i7 4790 is 1.766V
Are not they too high vcore for these processors?
I thought it could be the fault of a weak motherboard but I do not know if it has such a meaning.

I pay attention to this because of the noticeable "lag" in CS: GO. Playing on i7 and setting 130 fps max (having a 60hz monitor) on empty servers do not feel any delay, but when I come in, let's assume DM's that the fps are not falling any more, but I start to feel the delay and the CPU and graphic card don't exceed 50% and the temperature of the processor does not exceed 70 degrees.

Thank you in advance for your help. :)
 

tennis2

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That's way too high, especially at stock clocks. Is the mobo setting that high of a voltage with everything on Auto?

Regardless, voltage that high is going to produce thermal problems. Resulting in the performance issues you're seeing.
 
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I can't change any voltage in bios cuz there is not option for this, so i set only voltage for my memory to 1.5 (how should be for my memories).
 

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