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    What is test voltage

    I changed the jumper from default to test on mobo but my vcore voltage stays at 2v in cmos. One of the readings went from 3.5 to 3.7err(it does not describe what these readings are for). I have my pc overclocked from 66 to 75 but when i go to 83mhz i get a msgsrv32 exe general protection fault.

    Also, is there a way to measure cpu temp? in cmos i only read mobo temp. I'm not willing to go to the trouble of gettin a fan for this. I have wcpuid which does not show temp.
    AMD Duron 1.4 Ghz/192K Cache/266mhz FSB/socket A
    ECS k7s5a pro(version 5)
    Ami bios aug 2003
    Liteon CDRW 52*24*52
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    For clarification, i did not have voltage on test when i tried 83mhz. It is back to default.
    AMD Duron 1.4 Ghz/192K Cache/266mhz FSB/socket A
    ECS k7s5a pro(version 5)
    Ami bios aug 2003
    Liteon CDRW 52*24*52
    Acer DVD player16


    ATI 3D RAGE PRO AGP 1*/2*,spec revision 1.0, data rate 2*, Graphics Aperture Size 64mb
    Sound Blaster PCI 16
    Pine TV tuner card
    WinXP Pro
    Acer 56k modem
    MAG DJ530 monitor

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    as far as i can tell, test voltage is a small bump in voltage as it is on my asus p2-99, thats all i really can tell you.. hmm maybe someone else here can explain it better

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