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3.3v rail at 4.480v. Glitch?

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My PC has been running Prime95 for around 9 hours now, and I turned on my monitor to start using my PC and after a few minutes of browsing my Intel Speedstep Technology gave me a warning that my 3.3v rail was at 4.480v. Obviously this scared the hell out of me. I checked with AI Suite and it's only at 3.36v.

So was this a glitch or can the 3.3v rail voltage instantly jump that high in a second? I'm going out in 15 minutes, should I turn off Prime95 just to be sure?
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Software voltage monitoring is worthless.



Come on, you know this.
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