Solved PSU Tester Results Analysis Tags: Power Supplies Green Components Last response: April 21, 2011 12:02 AM in Components Share flashleet April 20, 2011 6:39:44 AM Hi guys, I bought a tester. First time I have had to use it now. I have a PSU plugged in and turned on. The following are lit up "green": +3.3V -12V PG +5VSB +12V +5V The only one not lit up is the -5V. Does that mean the supply is faulty? Thanks guys More about : psu tester results analysis Best solution delluser1 a c 242 ) Power supply April 20, 2011 11:32:12 AM -5v was optional for years and has been removed from the ATX specs, nothing to worry about, unless you're using the psu in a 12 year old computer. flashleet April 21, 2011 12:02:47 AM Best answer selected by flashleet. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources: ForumPower Supply Tester Results Confusing ForumQuestion about what my PSU tester is telling me... ForumHelp Reading Power Supply Tester Result ForumDELTA - Cap Analysis ; Cap Biasing ForumHas anyone tested Analysis Plus Speaker Cables? ForumDiscussion Thread: Watercooling/Closed Loop Coolers ForumThe GeForce GTX 280 and GTX 260: A Quick and Dirty Analysis ForumMultiple symptoms, could this be a mainboard failure? ForumI7-3770K IHS removal and results ForumNeed advice on first homebuilt, $600 max price ForumFar Cry 2, Crashing and Damaging Nvidia drivers ForumHome system shutting down immediately when I start a game ForumDo I have a dead motherboard? No beep, no BIOS screen. ForumPSU Help Forum[Solved] PSU to run a CB Radio ForumPotential PSU failing? ForumPSU broken? PC shutting down randomly :( ForumPSU,Or CPU Forum[Solved] Can a Seasonic 300W TFX PSU run a Low Profile MSI Radeon HD 5670? ForumPSU Failing? More resources Read discussions in other Components categories Power supplies Sound cards NICs Akasa Antec Cooler Master Cougar DeepCool Enermax !