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o.o oh ya I have NO Idea man lol here is another Test for 30 mins of Testing here Results I started HWmonitor First before Ran test this time & looks like this

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HWmonitor isn't a reliable tool at all. I can't believe people still use it.
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http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817139022 here is my Power Supply Unit by the Way Have No idea what Rail is or w/e lol.... I have a Corsair Tx 650watt Also I just upgraded to this one rolleyes.gif
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o.o oh ya I have NO Idea man lol here is another Test for 30 mins of Testing here Results I started HWmonitor First before Ran test this time & looks like this


That is still low , do you have voltmeter to check 12v (at standard 4 pin plug ) ?

If you have a 650tx maybe try that one as test if you have time .

Edit: for example, I just checked my 12v at 4 pin plug (yellow/black wires) , at desktop no load 12.13v , start valley and run that and 12.14v

so you see PS compensated to keep at above 12v .
Edited by Edkiefer - 4/2/13 at 2:12pm
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That is still low , do you have voltmeter to check 12v (at standard 4 pin plug ) ?

If you have a 650tx maybe try that one as test if you have time .

Edit: for example, I just checked my 12v at 4 pin plug (yellow/black wires) , at desktop no load 12.13v , start valley and run that and 12.14v

so you see PS compensated to keep at above 12v .

so is that GOOD or BAD?? & I dont have anything to Test voltages out all tools at Shop!! & What is a 12v Rail is that the PCI-E Cables?? If so I have 2 Pci-e cables for SLI cards should I switch to other cables or what should I do? is there another Program to check out voltages besides HWmonitor like that guy said he doesnt know why people still use that to Test Voltages lol
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Okay, software is NOT 100% reliable to keep track of voltages, at all. All I trust with that is CPU voltage, everything else I check in bios or by hand. Due to the fact we can not relay on software very much when it comes to this, his power supply could be perfectly fine or be horribly failing. Go into your bios and look at the voltages, there should be a tab or section to see it.
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Okay, software is NOT 100% reliable to keep track of voltages, at all. All I trust with that is CPU voltage, everything else I check in bios or by hand. Due to the fact we can not relay on software very much when it comes to this, his power supply could be perfectly fine or be horribly failing. Go into your bios and look at the voltages, there should be a tab or section to see it.

oh ya ok ill keep that in mind next time & I went into Bios & it showed +12v at 11.952v is what it said in Bios is that GOOD?? Badd??
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so is that GOOD or BAD?? & I dont have anything to Test voltages out all tools at Shop!! & What is a 12v Rail is that the PCI-E Cables?? If so I have 2 Pci-e cables for SLI cards should I switch to other cables or what should I do? is there another Program to check out voltages besides HWmonitor like that guy said he doesnt know why people still use that to Test Voltages lol

Well with no load it should be above 12v .
I didn't know you had SLI but yes the MB uses 12v rail and so does the extra PCI-E plugs (2 per card on 660ti/670+ ).

that how it gets the extra power besides the slot which only supplies 75w .

As others have said software is not 100% but it can give you idea ,again it can be way off . that is why I said check with volt meter .
your probably pulling around 550w under load .
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Well with no load it should be above 12v .
I didn't know you had SLI but yes the MB uses 12v rail and so does the extra PCI-E plugs (2 per card on 660ti/670+ ).

that how it gets the extra power besides the slot which only supplies 75w .

As others have said software is not 100% but it can give you idea ,again it can be way off . that is why I said check with volt meter .
your probably pulling around 550w under load .

No I dont have SLI lol i just have sli cables what this power supply came with!! So this 850watt power supply is not Enough for all my stuff in my Spec? Cause a friend told me these cards take 500watts to run & there only 350watts left for everything else Fans & all that!! i dont know though if that true?
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oh ya ok ill keep that in mind next time & I went into Bios & it showed +12v at 11.952v is what it said in Bios is that GOOD?? Badd??
That is fine, mine is around there as well.
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