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hello folks

I want to ask something to you all....

when I enter the BIOS, I see the voltage of my PSU is

3.3v = 3.303v
5 v = 5.001v
12v = 12.144v

my question is, does those output are safe? mad.gif

Sorry for my limited knowledge about PSU.
Edited by Sharchaster - 11/28/12 at 2:20am
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Mine are
+12v = 12.192v
+5v =5.000
+3.3V + 3.328

If you mean safe, then I would guess yes. I have been running 24/7 with the exact same PSU you have for 2 months now with no problems.

Someone else can probably give you a specific safe general range for PSU output.
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Mine are
+12v = 12.192v
+5v =5.000
+3.3V + 3.328
If you mean safe, then I would guess yes. I have been running 24/7 with the exact same PSU you have for 2 months now with no problems.
Someone else can probably give you a specific safe general range for PSU output.

Oh yeah I mean safe sorry....I was confused about my post...doh.gif

Thanks for sharing, yeah I will wait for someone who can give me an explanation about the safe general range for PSU.
Edited by Sharchaster - 11/28/12 at 2:28am
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hello folks
I want to ask something to you all....
when I enter the BIOS, I see the voltage of my PSU is
3.3v = 3.303v
5 v = 5.001v
12v = 12.144v
my question is, does those output are safe? mad.gif
Sorry for my limited knowledge about PSU.
Those readings will never be exact. Don't worry about it. Your psu is fine.
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Originally Posted by jach11 View Post

Those readings will never be exact. Don't worry about it. Your psu is fine.

How can I know that my PSU is fine?
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post #6 of 8
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How can I know that my PSU is fine?
Because those voltage readings are always off. Until you actually measure it with a proper volt meter, is the only time you'll know the exact voltage.
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Nothing to worry about, those are perfectly normal values... and more so, as stated above by jach11, software readings are mere guesses.
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Nothing to worry about, those are perfectly normal values... and more so, as stated above by jach11, software readings are mere guesses.
Input from a psu editor makes everything ok biggrin.gif
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