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Voltage reading. A bad PSU?

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February 10, 2010 5:01:28 PM

I haven't done overclock so it might be the wrong forum category for this questions. Sorry than and please move.

I checked my voltage readings using Everest, here they are
  1. CPU Core: 1.30 - 1.34V
  2. AUX: 3.49 - 3.55V
  3. +3.3V: 3.25 - 3.30V
  4. +5V: 5.28 - 5.51V
  5. -5V: -0.78 - -0.83V
  6. +5V Standby: 4.99 - 5.0V

The bios also reports a +12V as 11.3 to 11.8V.

Are those reading bad?

Hardware:
CPU Intel Pentium 4 3.0GHZ 64bit HT LGA 775 Prescott
Motherboard Asus P5P800S
2*512 DDR SDRAM Kingston 64bit
HD1: ExcelStore Technology J880
HD2: WesternDigital
GPU: Nvidia Geforce 6600 8xAGP 256MB
LG DVD Writer
Floppy diskette (i know its old, but still useful sometimes)
CPU FAN Arctic Cooling alpine 7 PRO
PSU EzCool 450Watt


Thanks a lot!
February 10, 2010 5:40:14 PM

It looks fine... I don't see anything out of the ordinary...
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February 11, 2010 5:28:58 PM

With DMM check on idle while PC shows the bios window:
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+12V: +11.55V
+5V: +5.01V

Good or bad?
a b K Overclocking
February 11, 2010 6:53:16 PM

In spec, but low, I'd say time for an upgrade.
February 11, 2010 7:04:46 PM

Thanks a lot!
February 11, 2010 7:13:08 PM

it's dying, not dead, so meh

it's a p4 system so yeah upgrade time, in the mean time, save ur work in a backup some where...
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