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Are these voltage readouts ok?

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Last response: in Components
May 10, 2010 12:28:31 AM


Ive been having a lot of trouble getting my computer to boot over the past month. The issue was that no power would go to the motherboard at all. I figured that the PSU had gone but just when I was about to call it quite I decided to put those cardboard washers under the bolt head on the motherboard screws, that somehow fixed the problem. Anyways im still concerned about the voltages that my power supply is sending to the pc.

According to the speedfan software i get the following voltage readings:

Vcore1: 1.20V
Vcore2: 2.14V
+3.3V: 3.31V
+5V: 5.00V
+12V: 1.28V
-12V: -16.89
-5V: -8.48V
+5V: 5.13V
Vbat: 0.30V

Can anyone tell me if these readings are ok? The power supply is an expensive one, Realpower Pro 850W. CPU: E6600, 4gb ram, 8800GTX OC2.

Thanks guys!

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May 10, 2010 11:14:03 AM

bump, surely someone must know? Does anyone elses voltages fluctuate around these levels?
a c 244 ) Power supply
a b V Motherboard
May 10, 2010 1:09:07 PM

They are software voltage readings , if the 12V was really at 1.28 there's no way you would be able to look at Speedfan, your system wouldn't start.
If you want to know the psu voltage's get a DMM.