ojon Posted August 27, 2005 Posted August 27, 2005 don't get the Antec TrueControl II PSU. I have this power supply and it can only muster only 3.39 volts on the 3.3V rail. People are needing up to 3.5-3.6V to overclock OCZ PC3200 EL Gold DDR memory. I wrote tech support email to Antec and this is what they wrote me back. Me: >> I took the panel out of the circuit and the 3.3V went to 2.92V. I was >> measuring with a DVM on the >> back of the ATX connector 3.3V (Orange) wire. I set the control for the >> 3.3V rail on the panel to >> minimum. And then connected the panel back into the circuit. Set the 3.3V >> rail to max with the >> panel. I got a max of 3.39V. Now this is within spec but I need >> more. The top of the spec limit >> (+/- 5%) is 3.465V. What I get is not even close when dealing with tenth's >> of a volt. I need a solid >> 3.4-3.6V to overclock my memory. If I could get 3.465V that would probably >> be close enough. >> Any ideas? >> [end customer e-mail] Antec Engineer: Ojon, There is nothing else that you can do with it. It seems like you have done everything. They said there was no internal adjustment that could be done. So you might stay away from this PSU. Anyone had any sucesses overclocking memory over 3.4V? Ojon Quote Share this post Link to post Share on other sites More sharing options...
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