My card give a wrong Vcore with all BIOS, except the original, which was the 1.0 for my card.
Now I have the 1.6 (or 1.7, I'm not sure...), and Vcore is at 1.33V. The Vcore is automatic, and I see the value with CPUID (tested with 3 versions); with Everest, Vcore is at 1.15 (with variations)... And it depends of the version of Everest !
If I put a value on the Bios, like 1.10, CPUID continues to say Vcore is 1.35V, and for Everest it's ever 1.15.
I know I don't speak very welle nglish, but I think I understand an minimum, and it's not hard to see a value
Maybe it's CPUID which gives the wrong information. If it's that, I'm sorry about my stupidity ! lol
I will be a new test with 1.7 BIOS and edit my post.
Thanks Eusebio, and have a nice day.
ok. I'm stupid or tired
I tested with the 1.7 release, and BIOS said the maximum Vcore for this CPU (know as MT-37, with all release) is 1.25. So I can see the value on the BIOS, in the temp page.
Tested with a new value, 1.05, BIOS shows this value, ever in the same page, after a reboot (normal). Boot in Windows, CPUID said Vcore is at 1.23... For Everest, it's 1.02.
Ok, i retested with BIOS 1.6, and BIOS said maximum voltage is 1.35. So there's a problem with my MT-37 and this BIOS. If a put a value, like 1.25, after rebooting the Vcore is ever at 1.35V.
Don't know what happened with this release, but I will do more tests with other version, if I find a floppy drive.
Excuse for my ignorance and my error