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I know nothing about computer voltages and what they are supposed to be. I recently installed a new PSU and a new GFX card and a new CPU fan and a new 512 piece of ram. I was running NFS most wanted when my cpu shut off, and would not turn back on with the 6600GTOC installed. I'v got the computer running now without the BFG card and I'm wondering if these voltages look strange at all to anyone because I have no clue

CPU CORE 1.34V
+1.5 V = 1.47V
+3.3 V = 3.32V
+5 V = 5.18V
+12 V = 12.19V

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Those voltages look good, built in sensors usually over or under report the voltage. If you want to get an exact measurment use a voltage meter. As for the voltages that are ideal, you want as close to 1.5V 3.3V, 5V, and 12V as possible.
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