I Have an MSI 990FXA GD65 with an AMD FX 6100 cpu. I have been struggling with this board for a while trying to match the voltage I set in the bios to the readings I am getting from CPU-Z and HWMonitor. at default with CPU voltage set to auto in the bios cpu-Z and HWMonitor show 1.32v at idle and about 1.30v under load with P95, as far as I know it should be 1.275v. If I set the cpu voltage to 1.4 in bios they show about 1.48 at idle and 1.44 under load. What puzzles me is that my CPU needs 1.4v in bios to run at 4.2 ghz, this seems to match what a lot of other people are getting with this CPU but if I am to trust CPU-Z's readings then I am needing 1.48v so should I be trusting what I set in the Bios or should I go with CPU-Z and face that I got a bad clocker and need a lot of volts to run stable so 4.2ghz is as far as I can go. I also seem to have very low temperatures for running such high voltages, if it's really at 1.48v then surely it should be getting hotter than 46 degrees running P95 even with a corsair H80. Temps were even lower with a thor's hammer in push/pull on there. Tried a few bios versions and am currently running the latest (20.3), all are the same. For some reason I cannot run MSI ControlCentre in windows 8.1 so I have no idea what that will tell me. I'm on a very tight budget and got this motherboard at a good price, maybe I got what I paid for. :cry: I was going to email MSI to see what they say but it seems I have to register on their site before I can contact support and for some reason it won't let me register. This is the first MSI motherboard I have owned and may be the last.