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at what point do voltage differences (measured by dmm) between the two tell you it's time to retire them? eg I use a pair that in the past many months ALWAYS come out real close together like 3.45x and 3.45y. but over the past month or two the spread is slowly getting much larger, the past week or so they come out at like 3.65 and 3.40.

that's only a couple tenths difference but it's the 'huge' change I'm asking about where it's time to replace? it's not about money, I already have four fresh pairs in the wings, it's mostly about seeing if I'm replacing them sooner than I need to.

if it matters it's not for a mech mod, they're genuine samsung 30q, and is low watt mtl so current demands are fairly minimal.

at what point do voltage differences (measured by dmm) between the two tell you it’s time to retire them? eg I use a pair that in the past many months ALWAYS come out real close together like 3.45x and 3.45y. but over the past month or two the spread is slowly getting much larger, the past week or so they come out at like 3.65 and 3.40.that’s only a couple tenths difference but it’s the ‘huge’ change I’m asking about where it’s time to replace? it’s not about money, I already have four fresh pairs in the wings, it’s mostly about seeing if I’m replacing them sooner than I need to.if it matters it’s not for a mech mod, they’re genuine samsung 30q, and is low watt mtl so current demands are fairly minimal.

Submitted November 08, 2020 at 09:37PM by eddie811
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