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What should my -12v be at?

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As the title says, mine is currently at -9v. Also could you explain how it correlates to the +12v if at all? (I imagine it does.)
    
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As the title says, mine is currently at -9v.
How did you get that value?

Negative voltages should be at all times within a 10% deviation from their nominal values.
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Also could you explain how it correlates to the +12v if at all? (I imagine it does.)
It doesn't.
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It was off of CPUID HW Mon. I don't know how accurate that is.
    
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It was off of CPUID HW Mon. I don't know how accurate that is.

Not very accurate.
If you're really concerned, check with a multimeter. Software readings aren't reliable (HWM told me that me +12V was at +8...)
edit: yep, still at +8.18 V on my +12 rail according to HW mon. Don't worry about your reading.
Edited by Molybdenum - 2/8/12 at 5:37pm
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Ok. I know the readings are suppose to be close, I just wasn't sure on the - readings. Thanks guys, rep around.
    
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