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What's wrong with 3.3v?

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Take a look a the bios and see what it says,also try another software and get a second option.

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OCCT is very poor at reading voltages from the BIOS and if it somehow knows what they actually are from a magical sensor I would just go with what the BIOS says

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thanks everyone but cant see any in bios, so what other software could i see voltages?

And would it be bad if i was correct, im concerned because all the other voltages are as they should be

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Your +5V0 rail is out of specification as well! It should be 4.75V~5.25V (+/- 5%).

 

Take a look in the bios as suggested. The best way is with a digital multimeter, a half decent one can be had for very little money these days, or borrow one?

 

Cheers

 

Paul

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If it really was at 1.78V, your computer would most likely not work at all ;)

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Is it possible to get a molex one? there is no way im poking metal around an on computer- i dont have a clue how to use one!

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You should be able to see all your voltages in bios. Restart the comp. hold

down the delete button once in the bios look for something like pc health

or fan control, just look around it should be there.

Edited by dling

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Yes, that will do, but like I said, if your rails were really that screwed up, your computer probably wouldn't work at all ;)

 

Here's what OCCT reports for my main computer... lol

 

No VCore at all, 3.3V is half-decent and 5V & 12V are totally screwed up

Edited by Zertz

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It's reading the wrong sensor...just forget about it and don't spend any money. :)

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