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okay when i first bought this psu back in Jan. of 2011 the +12v rail was reading +12.01 under full load with my xfire 6850's at 850/1200 and the 1090t at 4.0 with a 1.425vc with LLC on, NB at 3.0, cpu/nb voltage at 1.275v also with LLC on with prime and furmark running at the same time. and my DRAM at 1.900v (mushkin E 2x2 blackine 991657) with 2 WD 1tb HD. also 3 case fan and the H50 in p/p config. on my crosshair IV inside a Thermaltake V3 Black Edition case running Windows 7 Ultimate 64. so per asus pc probe, bios, HWmonitor, speedfan. the +3.3v is reading +3.31v, the +5v is +4.99v, and NOW the +12v is at +11.90v idle and under load it will drop to +11.85v!!! and i have it plug up directly to the 20amp 115v wall socket. also i've notice that i'm having more BSOD at start up lately.


your inputs please,

SILVERSTONE ST1000-P 1000W ATX 12V v2.3 & EPS 12V 80 PLUS SILVER Certified Modular Active PFC Power Supply

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16817256057
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What will be the drawbacks of RMA'ing it?

Exactly, send her back also you may put yourself in the running for some nice RMA goodies
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post #3 of 3
Software monitoring is not accurate.
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