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Okay guys I have a question.
A little history lesson:
I've owned a Corsair HX850 psu before it "popped" so I scrapped it and bought the Platinum 1k psu.
Question while owning the Corsair unit I've notice in HWMonitor the values in the +3.3 v part of the voltages was steadily decreasing e.g 3.1 then to 2.xx I forget.
I am noticing my Seasonic unit is doing the same thing, when I first got it it was showing the proper values with a slight variation of course it would show roughly something like 3.3-3.33 so I know it's not so much of an accurate thing to look at. Right now my voltage reading is showing something like 3.22-3.18 and this worries me a whole lot cause before my Corsair unit "popped" it was getting lower and lower.
Should I be worried at all and what could be causing this "degration"?
If this PSU pops on me I will be pissed off cause I changed psu's because of this issue.

My main concern is what is the cause of this, and I really leaning towards getting a lower power sucking system e.g a Sandy/Ivy Bridge system.

Also to add my system is in my Sig.

Thanks for your time...

And it's good to see more and more members here!!!!!!
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Originally Posted by v1ral View Post

Okay guys I have a question.
A little history lesson:
I've owned a Corsair HX850 psu before it "popped" so I scrapped it and bought the Platinum 1k psu.
Question while owning the Corsair unit I've notice in HWMonitor the values in the +3.3 v part of the voltages was steadily decreasing e.g 3.1 then to 2.xx I forget.
I am noticing my Seasonic unit is doing the same thing, when I first got it it was showing the proper values with a slight variation of course it would show roughly something like 3.3-3.33 so I know it's not so much of an accurate thing to look at. Right now my voltage reading is showing something like 3.22-3.18 and this worries me a whole lot cause before my Corsair unit "popped" it was getting lower and lower.
Should I be worried at all and what could be causing this "degration"?
If this PSU pops on me I will be pissed off cause I changed psu's because of this issue.

My main concern is what is the cause of this, and I really leaning towards getting a lower power sucking system e.g a Sandy/Ivy Bridge system.

Also to add my system is in my Sig.

Thanks for your time...

And it's good to see more and more members here!!!!!!
Software isn't particularly reliable. HWMonitor is telling me my VCore has hit 1.688V today and that my +5V rail hit 8.440V. I seem to recall it saying that my last X650 was outputting ~13V on the 12V rail. I imagine that if any of those readings were correct then my rig would be dead. Luckily it isn't so pop a chill pill and quit worrying.

Another note, you're never going to get exactly 12V, 5V, or 3.3V on their respective rails. However you should get +/- 3%(or maybe it was 5%) were you to measure it with a multimeter.

Also, I'm pretty sure that SeaSonic made the internals of your old HX850.
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Originally Posted by Gr0ve View Post

Software isn't particularly reliable. HWMonitor is telling me my VCore has hit 1.688V today and that my +5V rail hit 8.440V. I seem to recall it saying that my last X650 was outputting ~13V on the 12V rail. I imagine that if any of those readings were correct then my rig would be dead. Luckily it isn't so pop a chill pill and quit worrying.

Another note, you're never going to get exactly 12V, 5V, or 3.3V on their respective rails. However you should get +/- 3%(or maybe it was 5%) were you to measure it with a multimeter.

Also, I'm pretty sure that SeaSonic made the internals of your old HX850.

Haha.. I knew someone will be saying something like that...
After using the software for quite sometime you can sort of anticipate the deviations between what is right and what is wrong.. obviously these are wrong heck even bios is wrong. With that when I freshly installed the psu it would deviate but not much

Well for things to deviate that much is much more crazy and I understand that everyone's set-ups are different and all that blah-zay-blah-zay.

On the other hand, I guess I'll just wait and see if this thing pops on me if it does then what?...
A practically brand new Power Supply that is one of the top made PSU's ever made slowly degrades or what ever it's doing goes kapoop,

When I installed the power supply the voltages readings was pretty close to there expected values and after using this program and anticipating where the deviations are things would only flutuate up and/or down 1-2, and now it has gone down quite a bit.

Anyways I am gonna end it there and hear what other ppl say.. I may start a new thread as well....

Thanks guys..!!
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Quote:
Originally Posted by v1ral View Post

Haha.. I knew someone will be saying something like that...
After using the software for quite sometime you can sort of anticipate the deviations between what is right and what is wrong.. obviously these are wrong heck even bios is wrong. With that when I freshly installed the psu it would deviate but not much

Well for things to deviate that much is much more crazy and I understand that everyone's set-ups are different and all that blah-zay-blah-zay.

On the other hand, I guess I'll just wait and see if this thing pops on me if it does then what?...
A practically brand new Power Supply that is one of the top made PSU's ever made slowly degrades or what ever it's doing goes kapoop,

When I installed the power supply the voltages readings was pretty close to there expected values and after using this program and anticipating where the deviations are things would only flutuate up and/or down 1-2, and now it has gone down quite a bit.

Anyways I am gonna end it there and hear what other ppl say.. I may start a new thread as well....

Thanks guys..!!
Yeah I'm not really sure why your voltage readings would fluctuate more over time. Could be coincidence. Or maybe you're right that it is degradation but I'm inclined to think that's not the case.

Exactly how big of a fluctuation are we talking about?

On a reassuring note, while there's always a chance for a computer part to die, it's still pretty rare particularly with top of the line PSUs.
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While at it would read 3.25 while doing cinebench it would go down to 3.18 that is the lowest I've seen it go so far.
Do you guys think it would be my other hardware?
Maybe the way its wired up, I have all ly fans connected to one Molex connector as well as my pump would that cause too much power draw shock would degrade the power supply over time? Maybe it could be something with my motherboards power delivery degrading over time?

I really don't know what could lead to this, I guess ill have to see what goes on I. The next coming months and hopefully it doesnt pop.
Thanks for your replies.
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Just installed my 660XP Platinum over the weekend.
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Will the 500watt Seasonic Platinum be safe to put in the fractal-design node 304
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Will the 500watt Seasonic Platinum be safe to put in the fractal-design node 304

Any reason it shouldn't?
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i was thinking that there isnt alot of airflow coming from the front 95mm or if i got a downdraft cpu cooler

this is a mini itx case
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