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May anyone assist me with letting me know if this is normal? There are random voltage drops in CPU/GPU runs. Doesn't matter if i run it for an hour or 10 mins.
Check these out and let me know if its something to worry about.



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Would like to know this as well.
     
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Would like to know this as well.

Two questions for you, sir.

Is this same voltage drops (on the software monitor) happening to you as well?
Also, are you getting performance issues or artifacts during games or heavy 3D apps?
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Would like to know this as well.

Two questions for you, sir.

Is this same voltage drops (on the software monitor) happening to you as well?
Also, are you getting performance issues or artifacts during games or heavy 3D apps?

Yes I get voltage drops. No I don't have issues in games. Sorry for late reply.
     
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That has to be a software error, if that was actually happening pretty sure your computer would shut off, or at the bare minimum lock up.
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That has to be a software error, if that was actually happening pretty sure your computer would shut off, or at the bare minimum lock up.

+1 for this. There's no way that can be real and you are not seeing issues from it.
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Mine would lock up for that same second it dropped then resume testing.
     
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+1 for this. There's no way that can be real and you are not seeing issues from it.

Well I don't have issues from this specifically. but I do have some other critical issues I'm trying to crack open.
If all my components would have no power, I agree that they would shut off/lock up. And I'm hoping it's just a software problem where HWmon froze up or something or whatever program that's imbedded in there uses.

They don't all go to 0v. 1 of them sometimes actually goes and spikes up 3 times to what its supposed to be.
That's the only reason I'm concerned. Just wanted to make sure other people had this and not just me. If it was just me, I'd have to do more investigating.

Thanks for the replies btw, doesn't matter if they're a little late, still appreciated.
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