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Every other manufacturer can do it the normal way, with working software, everyone is happy. This has been fine for at least 10+ years.
Then come ASUS engineers with their "more accurate" and they throw every possible software reading into the garbage bin and now no one knows what the true voltage reading is and what to set the board to because when I set 1.2V and get higher thermals than board set to 1.28V I can assure you it's not outputting anywhere near 1.20V to the CPU.
Is it 1989 that I have to measure the voltages with a DMM? Maybe I need to connect my oscilloscope and curve tracer too?
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Last edited by Martin778; 02-11-2019 at 02:16 AM.