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how old is your power supply?
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what is an x7 AMD cpu?
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what is an x7 AMD cpu?
what? they only come in x1,x2,x3,x4,x6,x10,x12 i think. lol
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The two sticks went in slots 2 and 4 and the single stick in slot 3 . Slot 1 being the top slot. And my power supply is 1.5 weeks old.
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unless im mistaken anyone else know if u can use either or pci-e slot ??
to answer my own question i posted a few pages back

yes both pci-e express slots are usable individual, my muti card reader was affecting pci-e2 slot.

ie a shared irq in the bios settings. --- 99.9% sure of this being the reason

haven't figured out the work around for it using bios settings it was easier to reorganize the attached equipment
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Whats the best program for monitoring cpu temp and fan speeds thanks
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I use CoreTemp, but there are various others available. See:

http://www.alcpu.com/CoreTemp/

I've added it to my PC resources page:

http://www.sgidepot.co.uk/misc/pc/

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Speaking of core temp:
What is the VID there? mine shows 1.0500v - I hope its not vcore
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Ok, so I've got multimeter working now with new battery.
  • the +12 (Yellow): mostly stable on 12.11, goes as down as 11.8 or so, with fraction of the sec I saw even 9.
  • The +5v (red) mostly holds around 5.2 - was lower before system froze and I lost note with my readings.

Posting this now, will update as soon as I try prime95 (system might reboot)

I dont know where to take the 3.3v on the motherboard! as well as VDIMM and VCORE, there is no guide for this mobo - anyone knows? picture of my mobo connection attached.. as you can see no color coding


EDIT: prime95 BSOD and rebooted... in any case:
This only gives me voltages, which didnt change much when it started running for like 10 secs, how do I check the PSU watt output? not voltages... I dont know how voltages help me anyway.

Edited by Carmageddon - 10/5/10 at 4:57pm
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Ok, so I've got multimeter working now with new battery.
  • the +12 (Yellow): mostly stable on 12.11, goes as down as 11.8 or so, with fraction of the sec I saw even 9.
  • The +5v (red) mostly holds around 5.2 - was lower before system froze and I lost note with my readings.

Posting this now, will update as soon as I try prime95 (system might reboot)

I dont know where to take the 3.3v on the motherboard! as well as VDIMM and VCORE, there is no guide for this mobo - anyone knows? picture of my mobo connection attached.. as you can see no color coding


EDIT: prime95 BSOD and rebooted... in any case:
This only gives me voltages, which didnt change much when it started running for like 10 secs, how do I check the PSU watt output? not voltages... I dont know how voltages help me anyway.
This is the pin-out for a 24pin psu connector. but hearing your 12v went down to 9 that sounds like a huge issue.. it should never go below 10.5 for any reason and normally you don't want it to go below 11.2v if i remember correctly. for the psu it should be listed on the side of it, if not then try to find a model number or post me a pic of the fan side and i will see what i can come up with on it, but will have to be a good pic to see the internals/fan and stuff.

another suggestion would be to run the stress test again, and this time have your multimeter connected to the 12v and watch it.. see what the lowest reading is before it shuts down..
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