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 243 ) 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. Share flashleet April 21, 2011 12:02:47 AM Best answer selected by flashleet. m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources SolvedPower Supply Tester Results Confusing Forum SolvedPower Supply Tester - SATA power readings - Is PSU good? Forum SolvedNeed analysis of stress test on PSU Forum SolvedPSU tester as jumper? Forum PSU and Dr. Power tester Forum SolvedAntec Digital PSU Power Tester Manual Forum PSU Tester/ Problems? Forum SolvedPSU Inquiry & Gaming Build Analysis Forum Computer does not start. No boot and PSU does not come on. Used Dr. Power PSU tester which indicates PSU is good. Forum Help Reading Power Supply Tester Result Forum Multimeter vs PSU Tester vs Software like speedfan etc Forum Question about what my PSU tester is telling me... Forum PSU tester -5V not lit Forum Using a PSU tester and found that the -5v light doesn't come on Forum Power supply tester failing psu Forum PSU TESTER? PG LIGHT Forum Which tester for PSU? Forum SolvedOcct Psu Results Before installing the graphics card Forum SolvedPSU testing results (multimeter) Forum SolvedWindows 7 PC Boot Issues - replaced PSU, no results. Now what? Forum More resources Read discussions in other Components categories Power supplies Sound cards NICs Akasa Antec Cooler Master Cougar DeepCool Enermax !