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The only true way to know whats going on, is to probe the backside of the MoBo with a voltmeter. Hardware Canucks did it and found this board to be pretty much rock solid, regardless of what any software said.

I still get swings when watching HWMon and CPU-Z, but not as often or as wild with LLC set to 19%. On the Asus boards, 100% = OFF, 0% = Max Regulation.

You could tap the back of the board and run it to small display on the outside of the case if you wanted accuracy all the time.
Edited by Baskt_Case - 1/3/11 at 5:59am
    
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