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Hardware monitorWinbond W83627DHG
Voltage 01.21 Volts [0x97] (CPU VCORE)
Voltage 112.71 Volts [0xE4] (+12V)
Voltage 23.26 Volts [0xCC] (AVCC)
Voltage 33.26 Volts [0xCC] (+3.3V)
Voltage 41.08 Volts [0x87] (VIN1)
Voltage 52.59 Volts [0x6C] (+5V)
Voltage 61.61 Volts [0xC9] (VIN3)

wheres the bug?

Operating System
MS Windows 7 Ultimate 32-bit
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Intel Core 2 Quad Q6600 @ 2.40GHz32 °C
Kentsfield 65nm Technology
RAM
3.3GB Dual-Channel DDR2 @ 333MHz (5-5-5-15)
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FUJITSU SIEMENS MS-7379VP (CPU 1)26 °C
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W2252 @ 1680x1050
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Well, we can't really go by voltage readings from a program, they're often wrong.
 

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That's false.
The readings are totally off.

Hardware monitoring is inaccurate.

There is no way the PC would boot if the 5V was at 2.6V.

What PSU is this?
 

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Again, program. Can't rely on those readings.

Until the OP responds, there's nothing we can do to help.
 

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Originally Posted by Cronos007
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Agreed, but if the readings are accurate then there is the problem. Change PSU to something reliable with enough power to run the system.

Like I said, there is no way that is reliable.

If the 5V was this low then the system would not boot at all.
 

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As Volvo has said those readings are impossible, and thus meaningless.

Anyway, performance should not change from a PSU swap.
 
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