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(oooopps)-please remove
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post #12 of 14
Quote:
Originally Posted by noobdown View Post
just like burn said never trust software measurement meters DUHH is that better?
ps any1 with a brain knows this<-------
i was not implying to you if thats what you thought i meant You took the time to find out good work
post #13 of 14
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lol ok, i like how you posted it, thought about it, realised it could have seemed harsh, and then explained it.
good effort for that, i would have just left it and looked like a d*ck

language is such a poor method of communication....
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post #14 of 14
Only reading I take is my voltages alarms directly from my BIOS when I'm OC'ing. I'll have to grab a multimeter and test the rails.
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