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How do I get my +3.3V in range and not everything around it that creates instability?

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I am trying to figure out why my +3.3V is out of range on my Asus Pc Probe voltage meter chart. I don't know if it is because of a way I have things overclocked, but I can rule that out because it was like this before I started to overclock. Right now my +3.3V is at 2.784 and before that it was at 1.4 and earlier today it was 4.4. What is going on here? If anyone knows that information would be put to great use. It also seems like this has been the norm for my computer for a good 4 months and I can't tell any instability so I don't know if it is reading incorrect power supply readings or if my Voltage rails aren't good enough. Thanks for any information.
    
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Volt meter is the answer.
    
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Software readings can and usually are off. The only true answer is a multimeter.
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