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3.3v sensor gone faulty(shows 5 month old board

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my 3.3v sensor via mbm5 or via bios screen health..

 

is now saying 1.09v.

 

 

psu tested shows 3.3v

 

and system is fully stable...

 

i have 2 boards (expert) iv rip out my new d rev board and put in the replacement c version.. its ok....shows 3.3/// 3.28 etc..

 

i have mbm log file every 60 sec....

 

 

why has my sensor gone wrong...

 

show i send it back under warrenty

 

its 5 months old..

 

how long is the warrenty..

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Hello,

 

1 year warranty from date of purchase.

Yeah send it back.

 

Did you recently flash the bios?

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no...new board came with last known up to date bios....

 

just downloading...checking email then...mbm5 warned me of low voltage..

 

i though faulty software glitch... but same in bios..

 

actual now its saying .098 volts before it was 1.09

 

 

boards never been clocked... at 4800 + 1900xtx it does every thing i need..

no mods on it..stock standard....everything heatsink etc...

 

last board that died (11months old) had a th 90c heatsink... but i decides it was not warthy to clock t as i cant get rid of the heat via air cooling....and i needed a rock stable setup...

 

i only run bf2 - 2142 for a few hours a week...rest of the time...print invoices etc...watch dvds..

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