Not all that accurate really. Voltage level readings in a computer are more an afterthought than anything realistic anyways. They are there to so you when something is happening like a bad overclock that is pushing a componant to far more than anything else as far as we the user are concerned. If the voltages go to far out of whack a computer won't even start. That said though a Bios can affect the readings in so far as it's multiplier settings are concerned with how it sets up to interpret the data from the sensor info on the MB. However like I said for a true reading the only real accurate indication is with a meter.
Don't trust the readings for the psu rails on speedfan and the the only accurate readings is using a mulitmeter. Anyway sisoft reported my +12v rail at 1.95v
They are there to so you when something is happening like a bad overclock that is pushing a componant to far more than anything else as far as we the user are concerned....only real accurate indication is with a meter.
Skippy... Truer words were never spoken. LOLYou did know that science has proven that Computer Chips workl on Smoke? Proof; Let the smoke out and see if it still works. LOL
LOL I let the smoke out at a SoloII. Coming off the starting line I over Revved a tires old Z engine. I did finish that race and did not take a last place either. Heck once it went there was nothing left but to gun the crap out of it and go.
in response to your question bio... mine reads 3.25v