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I totally agree with you! It more than it should be ,but honestly i don't regret buying it.It has served me well while on 4.9Ghz with 1.38-9V according to CPU-Z,so around 1.42-3V real voltage.The VRM's aren't even hot,they're just a bit warm.And that's partly because of my no airflow case.The VRM"s aren't a real problem for me,this voltage misreadings is the only real problem i have with the board.
OFFTOPIC QUESTION(didn't get answered in it's own thread) : I'll probably order tomorrow the HAF 912 Advanced Click . Is it a good case? it's Asia only but it's available here in Bulgaria too.(Europe) .I was going to go with the Storm Enforcer but thenn...price difference between SE and Haf 912 Adv. : 180 LV(my currency) vs 140 LV.
The more expensive one is ofc the CM Storm Enforcer.The HAF 912 Adv. comes with:
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1x200mm front - 1,700rpm
1x120mm rear - 1,700rpm
It has window on it and the option of installing side fan.The CM Storm Enforcer doesn't come with top fan at all,no option for side either.Thx in advance!

I had the HAF 912 Plus and it was just fine, no bad experience, I recommend you check out reviews!
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I have the haf932 and love it. I bet the 912 is nice too but no direct exp with it.
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they all should misreport at the same thing per BIOS, it was even surprising how close the E4 and E6 LLC was, you should be grounding at the same capacitor you are measuring off of, it makes a tiny difference if one at all depending on how your PSU grounds, the readings will also differ depending on the amount of voltage set and llc level and load, those are the varibles LLC is based off of. I made a video of it in real time, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oB0dm2-nfpc but like i said asrock can change this with a BIOS update.
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they all should misreport at the same thing per BIOS, it was even surprising how close the E4 and E6 LLC was, you should be grounding at the same capacitor you are measuring off of, it makes a tiny difference if one at all depending on how your PSU grounds, the readings will also differ depending on the amount of voltage set and llc level and load, those are the varibles LLC is based off of. I made a video of it in real time, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oB0dm2-nfpc but like i said asrock can change this with a BIOS update.
Same DDM that I have lol.
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yea it works well, DMMs are really not that different, it is just how you measure. I have like $300 DMMs in the lab, but they all report within mv of each-other, it is just some really cheap DMMs that can't even measure to the thousandths at 1-2v that piss me off.
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I totally agree with you! It more than it should be ,but honestly i don't regret buying it.It has served me well while on 4.9Ghz with 1.38-9V according to CPU-Z,so around 1.42-3V real voltage.The VRM's aren't even hot,they're just a bit warm.And that's partly because of my no airflow case.The VRM"s aren't a real problem for me,this voltage misreadings is the only real problem i have with the board.
OFFTOPIC QUESTION(didn't get answered in it's own thread) : I'll probably order tomorrow the HAF 912 Advanced Click . Is it a good case? it's Asia only but it's available here in Bulgaria too.(Europe) .I was going to go with the Storm Enforcer but thenn...price difference between SE and Haf 912 Adv. : 180 LV(my currency) vs 140 LV.
The more expensive one is ofc the CM Storm Enforcer.The HAF 912 Adv. comes with:
1x200mm top - 1,700rpm
1x200mm front - 1,700rpm
1x120mm rear - 1,700rpm
It has window on it and the option of installing side fan.The CM Storm Enforcer doesn't come with top fan at all,no option for side either.Thx in advance!

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I had the HAF 912 Plus and it was just fine, no bad experience, I recommend you check out reviews!
I have the regular HAF 912 w/ 1x200mm front and 1x200mm top. No rear I cut out the fan mesh and my top is intake, and blocked off the side panel for positive pressure wind tunnel effect.
Very good case for the money and very versatile.
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Thx for the fast responses about the case.Ordering tomorrow! Oh and sorry for flooding the thread with an offtopic question.
About the misreadings in CPU-Z - i really hope they fix it with a BIOS update or something.I prefer not to be lied with false low voltage but to know the real one,i can accept the truth (if my chip is bad),no need for them to lie.
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Thx for the fast responses about the case.Ordering tomorrow! Oh and sorry for flooding the thread with an offtopic question.
About the misreadings in CPU-Z - i really hope they fix it with a BIOS update or something.I prefer not to be lied with false low voltage but to know the real one,i can accept the truth (if my chip is bad),no need for them to lie.

Well I have sent AsRock email about the issue but haven't heard back from them yet.
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I'll send one when I get back home,in school I am currently.. redface.gif

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I got a reply from AsRock just now, not much though (yet):
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Dear customer,



Please let me know how and where you measure these voltages, then I can forward it to my colleagues in Taiwan.

What I find strange is that the overclock reviewers that tested this board, don’t mention this anywhere.

But once I have the info, I can contact my colleageus in Taiwan.





Kind regards/ mit freundlichen Grüßen,





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