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Asus p67 Pro. Getting +5V Warning from AI Suite

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So just today I've been getting warnings from the AI Suite stating something along the lines of
"WARNING +5V 10.08". That seems like a really high jump.

It has happened twice, after the first time I started recording the voltages using the AISuite. After the second warning popped up I checked the log and saw no spike. (Granted it records in 20s intervals).

Ive done a few things today. Mainly moved my sataII HDDs to the sataIII ports and installed a VM for Ubuntu. Is it possible this is related? Do you guys think this is more of a software sensor glitch, or is my PSU really spiking up +5V on the 5V rail?

Current setup:
tx750w Corsair PSU
i5 2500k @ stock settings
Asus p67 pro @v1204 bios
8gb 1600 ddr3 w/ 9-9-24 (1600 was manually set in bios from the default 1333)
amd6950 2GB@ stock settings
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you shoudl never trust software to tell you your power supply voltages, its 99% always wrong. Just liek it is now. I fyou 5v rail was at 10v your comptuer wouldn't be able to tell you that.
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A lot of people are having this issue
http://www.overclock.net/intel-motherboards/929084-warning-12v-2-880v.html

I also have this issue too. Last night AI suite alerted me that my motherboard was -60C. I'm just going to uninstall it.
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