Hi, is there any way to reduce the 12V setting in the bios? Whenever i start doing anything on the pc, the 12V seting which starts out at 13.056 starts to raise, goes to 13.28 and the PC crashes. this is what happens: 13.056V -> 13.28 to 13.32V AMD Athlon XP 3200+ retail Kingston Memory - Value RAM 512MB 400MHz DDR PC3200 DIMM CL2.5 ASUS A7N8X-E Deluxe motherboard PVT36FND GEFORCE FX 5700 Ultra 128 MB DDRII DUAL DVI & VIVO Win XP professional 120Gb The ASUS probe program trips when the 13V item goes to 13.248V or 13.32V if it stays at that level too long it reboots. is there any way to get this value to stay down at 13V or 12V? should i change the VCORE setting in the Bios? further information: CPU external frequency = 200MHz CPU frequency multiple = 11.0x VCORE = 1.650V (auto) CPU interface = optimal System perfomance = optimal Memory frequency = auto Memory timing = optimal FSB spectrum 0.5% AGP spread spectrum = disabled Graphics aperture size = 64Mb AGP frequency = auto i did not set these values myself they were auto detected. the asus probe setting for the vcore is at 1.65V in the BIOS and the asus probe monitor thanks in advance for any help.