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0.75v Memory voltage too low?

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May 22, 2013 7:02:57 AM

i had a problem with my PSU where my 3.3v channel was getting below 3v.
i changed it to a new Seasonic X-650w and it fixed the problem, but, i noticed that the Memory voltage is running very low on 0.75v and that was the case with the old PSU and with the new one.

this is how it looks:



is that normal? should i check something?

my rig is:
MB: Intel DZ77RE-75K
CPU: i7 3770K
RAM: X2 G.Skill 8gb F3-10666CL9
GPU: MSI GTX 660
PSU: Seasonic X-650w

Thanks,

Eli

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May 22, 2013 7:07:04 AM

I'd go by what you have it set to in the bios. And/or use a few more programs to test the voltages.
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May 22, 2013 7:16:31 AM

eli_singer said:
i had a problem with my PSU where my 3.3v channel was getting below 3v.
i changed it to a new Seasonic X-650w and it fixed the problem, but, i noticed that the Memory voltage is running very low on 0.75v and that was the case with the old PSU and with the new one.

this is how it looks:



is that normal? should i check something?

my rig is:
MB: Intel DZ77RE-75K
CPU: i7 3770K
RAM: X2 G.Skill 8gb F3-10666CL9
GPU: MSI GTX 660
PSU: Seasonic X-650w

Thanks,

Eli


That's definitely an inaccurate reading. Memory voltage is provided by the VRM on the motherboard, not the power supply itself. If it was truly 0.75 volts, your computer would not be running. See if there are any firmware updates available for your motherboard.
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May 23, 2013 1:36:20 PM

well, after checking with HWiNFO64 it looks good. 1.504 constantly.
thanks!

Eli
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May 23, 2013 2:26:19 PM

eli_singer said:
well, after checking with HWiNFO64 it looks good. 1.504 constantly.
thanks!

Eli


HWInfo64 is the best diagnostic tool out there!

Glad it all worked out
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