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post #3011 of 3909
There are usually more sensors in the system and HWinfo will show many of them. But it should show you where it is getting those values from.
0.9xxV seems correct live Vcore for 1.0xxV VID on load.
post #3012 of 3909
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There are usually more sensors in the system and HWinfo will show many of them. But it should show you where it is getting those values from.
0.9xxV seems correct live Vcore for 1.0xxV VID on load.

Yeah, this is with all C-Sates and EIST disabled and at idle, during load CPU VCore is the same (apart from that different I just mentioned) although the AVCC, 3VCC and VIN changes, the VID has not moved from 1.101V

post #3013 of 3909
http://www.hwinfo.com/
HW monitor is different, kind of a open source knockoff at least I think it's that way, and doesn't really show that many info. HWinfo is free, just not open source.
post #3014 of 3909
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http://www.hwinfo.com/
HW monitor is different, kind of a open source knockoff at least I think it's that way, and doesn't really show that many info. HWinfo is free, just not open source.

This is what it states for Vcore at idle, 1.208V which is different to what HW monitor is saying at 0.976V

Also it states my Samsung 950 Pro has a drive failure, however Samsung Magician says it is fine

post #3015 of 3909
I have just used DDU and installed the GPU drivers, I will test if that fixes the issue, I will also try the new BIOS (1.6) as I am currently on 1.2, due to having dual BIOS chip on my Motherboard
Edited by Metros - 6/24/16 at 7:21am
post #3016 of 3909

Hey Metros, I should've asked this question before (please forgive me if I should know the answer):

 

Do you ever have any unexpected restarts or shutdowns if you just do light things all day instead of playing any video games? I mean, does it only happen at that moment when you exit a video game after playing it for a few hours?


Edited by TwoCables - 6/24/16 at 10:24pm
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Corsair HX650 (Bronze, ordered on 12-12-2009) CM 690 Intellimouse Optical (1.1A) 1000Hz polling rate Basic, but premium round 
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post #3017 of 3909
Do your house lights blink at the same moment? biggrin.gif
Are you sure the PC is not infected with some troll remote administration software?
post #3018 of 3909
I seem to have the same issue, My 1000P2 randomly shuts down, then after a few seconds it restarts again. No bluescreens, no errors, just poof and the screen goes black. Happens mostly while doing light things like browsing the web or watching a movie. Pulling 500-600 watts while benching, the PSU acts just fine and has no hiccups at all. What could this be? Is my PSU fubar?
post #3019 of 3909
Well you have to find the cause of the restart. Is it a hard power reset or just a soft restart, etc. is it PSU issue or other HW issue or SW issue, ...
post #3020 of 3909
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Well you have to find the cause of the restart. Is it a hard power reset or just a soft restart, etc. is it PSU issue or other HW issue or SW issue, ...

Hard power reset, something inside the PSU goes "click", as if all the caps discharge. After a few seconds, it reboots itself. I've ruled out other hardware, and nothing is overclocked. My GPUs are even undervolted.
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