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I wonder if the voltages are ok.
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if it's accurate then no. However, software based voltage monitoring is unaccurate. You need a voltmeter to make it accurate
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Here are some more pictures.
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I heard that story with the voltmeter 100 times,i need another solution,it's christmas time so i can't get a voltmeter now.
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post #5 of 8
Those might be accurate, but you cant know for sure without using a multimeter. No other accurate solution. If those were true, you would probably be unstable, maybe not even be able to boot.
    
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You're fine. Software monitoring tools always show lower than what it actually is, especially on the 12V. As long as your system is stable it'll be fine.
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post #7 of 8
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Originally Posted by fonzye View Post
I heard that story with the voltmeter 100 times,i need another solution,it's christmas time so i can't get a voltmeter now.
The 3 railings need to be around +/- 5% of their respective voltages in order to be in spec. So according to that soft. monitor, all your railings are within spec.
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post #8 of 8
Power supply railing? What, does it have a banister in there?


Buy a freaking multimeter. It's $5-$10. You can get them online from Harbor Freight for like $4. Go.

Of course without some internal pictures of that power supply we have no idea what in the world it is; I don't have high hopes for it. I'd recommend replacement regardless.
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