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Monitoring tools accuracy

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Anyone out there that can shed some light on how different hardware monitoring software read certain things like voltages? I'm running an EVGA Z77 Stinger and EVGA's own e-leet software and speed fan show incorrect voltages but are the same incorrect voltages. Whereas HWMonitor and CPU-z read them correctly and also match. My voltages tab in e-leet is also blank and greyed out leaving me without PLL voltage adjustment. frown.gif

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Or I Guess I just have a really good chip that can do 4.5 on 0.88V thumb.gif Wouldnt that be nice?
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After looking at HWiNFO it seems that maybe they read the wrong setting from the Fintek F71889A thats on this board. HWiNFO shows a VIN6 that appears to be the correct VCORE. I haven't changed the Vcore yet to test that theory. Still doesnt explain the 12V being off and EVGA's own software reading the voltage wrong. I created a trouble ticket with EVGA to see what they say about their software, I am awaiting their response as its been forwarded to their product management team. Here the HWiNFO snap:
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