Halc wrote:Does not compute, unless the graph is drawn based on maxima alone and there is a lot of minima being ignored for the graph.
Halc wrote:Sorry for the image hosting problem. Didn't understand it right away from Dolph's post, sorry [Edited to a link now]
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The PIE averages were erroneously calculated as SUM1 by Plextools. PxScan is correct in the calculation.Halc wrote:Well, look at the graph.
What's the lowest PIE figure? 60+ something?
What's the PIE average in the Test Result window? 11.01
Does not compute, unless the graph is drawn based on maxima alone and there is a lot of minima being ignored for the graph.
I don't understand how the average can be so low, if the graph is right (or how the graph can be so high, if the average is right).
Also, I'm not sure I've stated this before, but for the speed Plextools scans at, I'm still stupefied that they _still_ have not adapted true floating SUM8 window as per specification requirements. They are reading and graphing consecutive SUM8 block samples.
Time to start trying PxScan....
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