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Also, his BIOS shows his +3.3V as normal, while HWMonitor shows it as 1.17V ?
What mobo are you working with? Cooling solution for CPU?
You might have better luck if you can enable LLC. (depending on which mobo you're on)

Depending on the mobo again the issue with HWMonitor may be incapability/glitchy with some manufactures. I've read where some members here don't/can't use it due to inaccurate readings, while others have no issues at all. I'm one with no issues and love it. Try loading a different utility and see what it reads for those areas.
 
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post #12 of 15
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Ah, ok. And what of his messed up voltage readings?
Could be that HWMonitor is not reading it correctly or his PSU is going south. To make sure take a digital multimeter and probe a molex connector, yellow to black should give you 12v. Need to take two readings - First one at idle, second one with a heavy load on the +12V. A drop of more than 0.4v indicates poor regulation and/or dieing PSU.
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CPU Fan - Hyper 212+. Under prime his CPU got to 50 at max, and mobo to 55.

Mobo - ASUS M4N75TD

PSU - 650W Corsair TX similar to this except with yellow and not modular.
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Hmm. Several other programs, SpeedFan, AGIA64 or something, showed voltages messed up too.

I got a multimeter and tested the 24-pin mobo connector and 8-pin CPU connector, and they both were fine, so I think the PSU is fine? Note I couldn't test the -12V connector as I dont' see how. My multimeter didn't seem to have a way to do negative readings.

However I don't know how to test the motherboard or even if you can. All the capacitors are solid ones and none look damaged.

Here are some results from SpeedFan. And before I got these I reset his BIOS to default settings.

Also, his BIOS only shows 3 voltages. Vcore which is at 1.3V, +3.3V at +3.376V, +5V at +5.107V, and +12V at 12.096V.

Edited by Brandonn2010 - 10/8/11 at 11:08pm
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Anyone? Is his mobo bad? Should he get it replaced? Can he even since he overclocked?
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