yea check this out:
On January 11 2013 18:36 iTzSnypah wrote:
pull a ridiculous board up too
My point is that Gigabyte is not reporting correctly. I will never buy a Gigabyte board (not that I have the money) until this problem gets fixed.
ASRock X79 Extreme11
ASUS Z77-V Premium
I mean, my response, as shown in the link, was that yea, that looks pretty correct for the ud3h. and that to say the ud3h is a bad board, because anandtechs multimeter or whatever is reading it incorrectly, makes no sense to me. it's not like it's reporting bad vcore in bios or in software monitoring, he's saying it shows it poorly off this multimeter tool.
and anadtech ddint even come to the same conclusion he did. anandtech just said
The response of the Gigabyte board under load is fantastic. No ripple at all and a lower average voltage than the ASUS P8P77-V Pro.
so... im thinking what he's saying makes no sense. Like... you'd pick a board, the extreme4, which is shown to have a poor load control, over a board that is either reporting VASTLY improved voltage control at load or isn't able to output it's vcore clearly when using a tool to detect vcore?
like wut? its like saying a lamborghini is a bad car because the laser speed detector gun isn't able to correctly pick up the speeds of the car correctly OR that that 200mph readings can't possibly be correct, it's too good compared to the GM Calibre!