T throttleboi Well-known member Joined Oct 11, 2013 Posts 55 Location WI Oct 20, 2013 #1 So without thinking i went and bought this mobo from amazon after looking at gigabyte's website and now i realized gigabyte misleads you about this board and i'm trying to find a way around this issue. Looking to overclock i purchased the i5-3570k and when i put it all together i realized there's no vcore control. I called gigabyte about this and they said it auto adjusts under load which i looked and there is evidence of this. My issue is this: when at stock 3.4 ghz vcore sits at 0.860 now at 4.1 it sits at 0.965 and under load thanks to the offset that i cant control it hits only a mere 1.005 which according to most oc guides is actually below what it should be. sometimes i'm unstable but if i clock down then bring it up that fixes that. Like now at 4.1 Ghz i leave it cause if i go 4.2 it will be unstable then i will have to clock down to 3.9 before i can get to 4.1 and i can just go there i have to work my way there. I'm wondering if there is any way around this?