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I've been looking at my voltages in SpeedFan and i'm wondering are my voltages normal?

Here's the image of SpeedFan


Sorry for the noob question
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Just check your bios. Bios = master. Speedfan says I have 0 on my 3.3v.

whatever... as long as in they are in their respective range.. IE Vcore1 should be 1.#, Vcore2 2.#
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Just check your bios. Bios = master. Speedfan says I have 0 on my 3.3v.

whatever... as long as in they are in their respective range.. IE Vcore1 should be 1.#, Vcore2 2.#
Thanks for that advice
Could you explain what the + and - infront of each voltage mean?
i know it's something to do with positive and negative but my negatives seems kinda high :S
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Just check your bios. Bios = master. Speedfan says I have 0 on my 3.3v.

whatever... as long as in they are in their respective range.. IE Vcore1 should be 1.#, Vcore2 2.#
BIOS and SpeedFan/any other software should read the exact same thing

Your voltages are fine. The negatives should actually respectabely be -12v and -5v, but software monitoring is not always the most accurate thing to do.
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Thanks for the advice and help guys
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