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post #1 of 6
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I have the PCP&C 750watt Silencer and i was going for a stable 3.6ghz overclock just finished 8 hours Prime and then did a occt 2 hour stress to Top it off well i had to end the test Early As i felt it was good enough so i checked the logs and i have a Spike in my 3.3V to 3.47V and my 12.00V Dipped to 7.56V is this normal or do i have to RMA this thing soon.




post #2 of 6
I am sure you will get a more educated opinion but that looks like seconds that it spiked. I am sure that could be a glitch in the program, a jump in the house power...I wouldn't worry about it.
post #3 of 6
No software can measure V acurate. That just a glitch.
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Yup, software measuring voltage within the motherboard is not going to accurately represent what the psu is actually providing.
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post #5 of 6
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Alright, im glad my psu is fine then thanks,... what a load off my mind that was i hate going through RMA's Right now im trying to RMA a P5E through asus WHAT a Joke!!! But atleast this psu came from newegg if i had to send it back they handle RMA's Alot better.
post #6 of 6
It's all good. That Silencer should be the last thing you have to worry about.
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