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11.67V is lower than it should be but it is still above 11.4V which is the limit. Try testing at different connectors to see if the voltage is any higher. You can also measure at the mobo by sticking the probe into the back of the ATX connector. Yellow = 12V, red = 5V and orange = 3.3V. I say try at different connectors since 11.67V isn't what we normally see out of those Corsairs and I think there might be a little extra resistance in that molex. Trying other connectors should give a better idea. If it is that low on all the connectors you might want to talk to Corsair and see what they say, if that was something to be eligible for an RMA.
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