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*Daedalus

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#11 10 years ago

Well, you're AUXIN sensor is broken. =p (doesn't matter)

As the others have said, give the drivers a go.




Brko

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#12 10 years ago

*The.Doctor;5455066All those temps look fine.

Try Chocu1as suggestion and do a clean reinstall of the latest drivers.

Ok,I'll try.Thanks anyway.




Mr. Pedantic

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#13 10 years ago

Well, you're AUXIN sensor is broken. (doesn't matter)

As the others have said, give the drivers a go.

Is that's what's wrong with the +12V?




*The.Doctor

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#14 10 years ago

Newer versions of HWMonitor seem to have trouble with some of the PSU readings. Its saying my TX650 +12v rail is only 3.01v right now.... I know thats a bug since if it was that low my rig wouldn't even be running. Temp monitoring still works great though.




D3matt

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#15 10 years ago
*The.Doctor;5455283Newer versions of HWMonitor seem to have trouble with some of the PSU readings. Its saying my TX650 +12v rail is only 3.01v right now.... I know thats a bug since if it was that low my rig wouldn't even be running. Temp monitoring still works great though.

COnfirming that HWMonitor fails on PSU reading. It says my -5v rail is -9.something.




>Omen<

Modern Warfare

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#16 10 years ago

When you do your voltage/temp monitoring, make sure you compare the readings to those the BIOS reports.




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