Recently my pc start giving BSOD, and 2 days back when I restarted it, it would not turn on. Only green light on motherboard stay on, when I press power button nothing happens, no beeps. No fan spins at all.
I have tested my power supply with multi-meter and found that PSU is not working properly, its turns on but giving wrong output. Please see below my results.
Yellow=+12|Mine=15.40 Red=+5|Mine=6.57 Orange=+3.3|Mine=4.34 Blue=-12|Mine=14.50 Purple=+5|Mine=6.36 Gray=+5|Mine=6.55
i sent my PSU for RMA and now overclockers technician decleared that PSU is working 100% fine, i just asked them to plz check PSU incoorect output, as this is the cause for no response for my MB or CPU, any suggestion for ur side?
a PAU with these wrong output can be dangerous?
Motherboard: ASUS P8P67 PRO
Motherboard Chipset: P67
Motherboard BIOS: 2303
CPU: INTEL 2500K
Memory: G.Skill F3-17000CL9D-4GBXL
Memory Latency: 9-11-9-28
PSU: Antec TruePower New Modular 750W
Graphics: EVGA GTX 670 FTW
Graphics Driver: 301.42
Sound Card: ASUS XONAR DX
Sound Driver: 220.127.116.114
Operating system: WIN 7 Ultimate 64 bit SP1
Thank u for reply. can a PSU with these wrong output power up a system, perhaps this PSU has already killed my MB and Overclockers tachnician is able to get a post. perhaps PSU will kill overclockers MB if used for a long time? just wanna confirm. thanks