This is the second and final part of the Accurate Voltage Measurements series. Thanks for tuning in and if by any chance you missed the first part I strongly encourage you to check it out. Itís published here on DevHardware, too. Read on and enjoy the final installment.
Before moving on you should already be familiar with the concepts and basics discussed in the first half.
Throughout this part, we're going to cover actual techniques to accurately measure your CPU core voltage (VCC). You found out why relying on BIOS and application voltage reports is not safe in my previous segment. Within this part you'll find ways to do it yourself, such as grabbing your DMM and manually checking out the VCC!
Considering the nature of this article we can't move on without a disclaimer:
All of the techniques described within this article involve direct contact with electricity; therefore, you should think twice and be totally prepared before actually attempting to practice what you've learned. This article is solely for educational purposes and nobody other than you can be held responsible for anything. The potential damages involved are high, so please act consciously.
Now that I've raised your awareness, we're ready to move on. Enjoy the ride!
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