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Originally Posted by dr/owned View Post

^^ That looks like a pretty cheap / generic multimeter that might be off by +5% or more, especially when you're using a 20V scale.

Fluke multimeter or nothing wink.gif

Yeah it was only $20 and doesn't have the 2v measurement, but when I had a P8Z77-V Pro the readings were spot on with the software readings.
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2000m means 2000mV = 2V, unless that mode is broken.

It's also possible that the measuring point you're using is higher voltage than the voltage further down the line at the actual socket pin (which is the reason for load lines).
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CPU-Z bugs

...over at the Rampage IV Extreme thread, the CPU-Z bug was being discussed and I posted s.th. on it last week which may also be of interest here. Per pics below, the current version of CPU-Z does not seem to pick up C-states / SpeedStep correctly, thus some rather interesting numbers (on some other sites where fast CPUs are offered for sale for LN2 / competition etc, this has become a potential problem, though with an actual CPU-Z validation, you can get around that).

In any case, speculation that this has to do with BIOS is not substantiated...on my 'regular' Win 7 boot drive for the 3770K, CPU-Z does display the bug per pics...but on a new bench drive with a fresh Win 7 install that only shares the 'downloads' drive which has the very same CPU-Z, it will show SpeedStep correctly (i.e. 1600MHz when it down clocks). Everything else, including BIOS, settings, hardware is identical...must be something in Win 7 (registry etc)


Edited by Joa3d43 - 4/4/13 at 1:41pm
post #15884 of 33576
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Originally Posted by dr/owned View Post

2000m means 2000mV = 2V, unless that mode is broken.

It's also possible that the measuring point you're using is higher voltage than the voltage further down the line at the actual socket pin (which is the reason for load lines).

Hmmm

Just retested with 2000mV, that same 1.48v reading point is now reading 1515mV, and the one that was reading 1.6v before (which I assumed was my RAM) is reading 1445mV. So I'm officially confused and all results are being tossed as irrelevant until I find the proper reading point.
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Originally Posted by lilchronic View Post

they dont sell the G1 sniper 3 anymore? its dicontinued @ newgg

Sometimes they say discontinued when stuff us just out if stock.
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Originally Posted by dr/owned View Post

^^ That looks like a pretty cheap / generic multimeter that might be off by +5% or more, especially when you're using a 20V scale.

Fluke multimeter or nothing wink.gif

Not true. Flukes can handle more voltage such as a main to a house. There is not a big diff in accuracy at the low end between cheap n expensive
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Sometimes they say discontinued when stuff us just out if stock.

chronic, pm
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5ghz 3570k is faster then every 24/7 OC 8350 on OCN.

Destruction faster in things that use 6 threads or less... But pretty even in multi threaded.

People who own Fx 8350 and try to puff there chests out are not worth arguing with.. You can already tell they do not know jack for these reasons.

1. You bought a Amd cpu.. your a Dummy...

2. They will try to validate there purchase no matter what you say or prove.

3. They will post the same 5 token benchmarks they have since the 8350 release.. and ignore the other 9999999999999

4. It only leads to infractions " i know " tongue.gif

Best thing to do is give them a Face palm gif laugh at them and move on.

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Originally Posted by dr/owned View Post

^^ That looks like a pretty cheap / generic multimeter that might be off by +5% or more, especially when you're using a 20V scale.

Fluke multimeter or nothing wink.gif

Not true. Flukes can handle more voltage such as a main to a house. There is not a big diff in accuracy at the low end between cheap n expensive

Flukes are guaranteed to be more accurate than a generic one. You can expect 0.05% DC voltage accuracy with a Fluke which you just won't get with a DMM that costs $20. Plus measurements are faster and less prone to hysteresis.

I agree that generics can be perfectly OK for DC measurements, but there are benefits to paying $300 for a dmm .
Edited by dr/owned - 4/4/13 at 2:54pm
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