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Do not need to, no. "Need" implies that to not will have some kind of repercussion that would not be beneficial to me.

What is good enough to me is that I remember your name and pic easily, but not in the "Oh that's Postal, he usually posts thought out things" kind of way. The "Not him again" kind of way. As I said, I defended you in any way at all from those who would not do so. Look the gift horse in the mouth again and it wont happen anymore.
You gonna pay for the air fare or you gonna make me take a boat?
Calling someone out with no evidence is bad form.
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"Need" implies that to not will have some kind of repercussion that would not be beneficial to me.
People need to provide evidence if they call someone out in order to not look bad.

Those who can't need to retract said call out.

This is elementary stuff. I shouldn't have to explain it.
i keep trying to ignore your posts, but i cant. so i will give you some friendly advice...

kya doesnt need it, he has proven himself time and time and time again, like he brings up postal - or two cables, or shilka. those are guys that have the rep around here to just say it and it is enough, maybe not enough for you but that is your problem, he is and has a rep that has been well established,

when he speaks you should listen, he is right 99.9 % of the time
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Different chips, different heat signatures. Like you said, it not a straight apples to apples comparison.

Reading through the sensors is not really an accurate way to gauge each motherboard. Maybe, at back of the board, under the VRMs themselves?

I am pretty sure none those out are accurate. Well not HWiNFO64 v5.06. Stock FX-9590 watts 84.4 or less at 100% load all cores?



I just use my finger if it hurts it is too hot or moving too fast.

Sometimes I prooff reed

Someday I will figure out how to upload a screen shot you can read.

you can read it fine, right click and pick " view pic ", middle click, or click the pic then click " original " button- i personally dont like the photobucket or w.e. photo site pics that show up big, esp on mobile ( like now in china i am limited to edge ) or on slow internet connections, which is why we mainly push using the ocn built in photo stuffs vs a hosting site, also they suck because eventually your link expires then no one else can see the pic if they need to ( has happened to me many times )
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The "power consumption" is calculated based on the fused values by Apm. In order it to "work" Apm must be enabled. Still, since the power consumption is not actually measured the "measurements" are useless. The only method to measure the power consumption rather accurately is to read the DCR values (available on digital controllers, on Gigabyte and ASRock boards).
post #57913 of 67356
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Different chips, different heat signatures. Like you said, it not a straight apples to apples comparison.

Reading through the sensors is not really an accurate way to gauge each motherboard. Maybe, at back of the board, under the VRMs themselves?

I am pretty sure none those out are accurate. Well not HWiNFO64 v5.06. Stock FX-9590 watts 84.4 or less at 100% load all cores?



I just use my finger if it hurts it is too hot or moving too fast.

Sometimes I prooff reed

Someday I will figure out how to upload a screen shot you can read.

@warpuck, Its actually quite simple, Likely 2-3 more steps than you are already doing.

hit Print Scr, Open Paint, press ctrl+v

then the area in paint high lighted in this picture: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

first thing you do after you press ctrl+v is press the crop with will give you and Icon to create box, everything outside this box is cut away and everything inside this box remains.

this is how you can make higher resolution appear larger and readable due to only scaling a portion of the image up to the browser size.

the reason for Paint... its is by default installed when you install windows. I'm not even sure if you can take it out (i've never had the inclination to try)
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@warpuck, Its actually quite simple, Likely 2-3 more steps than you are already doing.

hit Print Scr, Open Paint, press ctrl+v

then the area in paint high lighted in this picture: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

first thing you do after you press ctrl+v is press the crop with will give you and Icon to create box, everything outside this box is cut away and everything inside this box remains.

this is how you can make higher resolution appear larger and readable due to only scaling a portion of the image up to the browser size.

the reason for Paint... its is by default installed when you install windows. I'm not even sure if you can take it out (i've never had the inclination to try)
all of the latest versions of Windows comes with snip....my lord please don't use this old way unless it's a full screen program with no screenshot functions....snipping tool ftw....it will save you a ton of time and effort...I keep it pinned to my taskbar...
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My take on the behind the socket fan:

 
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@warpuck, Its actually quite simple, Likely 2-3 more steps than you are already doing.

hit Print Scr, Open Paint, press ctrl+v

then the area in paint high lighted in this picture: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

first thing you do after you press ctrl+v is press the crop with will give you and Icon to create box, everything outside this box is cut away and everything inside this box remains.

this is how you can make higher resolution appear larger and readable due to only scaling a portion of the image up to the browser size.

the reason for Paint... its is by default installed when you install windows. I'm not even sure if you can take it out (i've never had the inclination to try)
all of the latest versions of Windows comes with snip....my lord please don't use this old way unless it's a full screen program with no screenshot functions....snipping tool ftw....it will save you a ton of time and effort...I keep it pinned to my taskbar...

to each their own, to me Paint is more useful than Snip.

the lack of symmetrical geometric shapes for highlighting irks me. but if it works for oyu great.

don't bash my method when the method you suggest does do the same thing

also. there are no extra steps

opening snip = opening paint
Pressing new = Print Screen
mouse movement vs keyboard short cut
Drag region = crop
export = export

if you are not further editing your picture, same amount of work same actions no difference.

When it comes to editing and highlighting, paint feels stronger. I can think of a handful of SS or re-edit screen shots for teaching purposes would have taken significantly longer with snip than it did with paint.

its not like you need Photoshop to edit screenshots

Edit: for lack of coffee typos and grammar errors
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its not like you need Photoshop to edit screenshots

oh dear...
print screen.
Open photoshop
Paste from clipboard (new image)
Crop image,
export as web image
Post to overclock.

Must be just me then doh.gif
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its not like you need Photoshop to edit screenshots

oh dear...
print screen.
Open photoshop
Paste from clipboard (new image)
Crop image,
export as web image
Post to overclock.

Must be just me then doh.gif

that order of operations is the same as the other two methods LOL..

like i said to each their own.. My point was that it doesn't NEED to be Photoshop. If you have Photoshop and prefer to use it then all the power to you biggrin.gif

Photoshop is a much more powerful tool than with snip or paint, all i'm saying is that you don't need that power to post a SS, there is nothing wrong with using what is at your disposal
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Been using Paint Shop Pro and Fraps for well over a decade. Don't even know how to find paint or snip, much less use them. Got the PSP in 2000 and it works in all systems just fine.
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Would it be worth spending like $50 (someone upgraded he wants to sell his old so might get it for maybe that or similar) on a newer 8320 to maybe gain some MHz? My 8320 won't go higher than 4.4 at 1.416V (on full load, 1.4125 in bios with very high LLC)
Since I run my fans on low speed (D14 stock fans, LNA) and don't have any extra fans to cool my M5A board I can't really go higher on the voltage without exceeding 80 on socket at full load stresstesting.

What does newer batches get on like 1.425V on average?
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