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Old 07-20-03, 02:49 PM Thread Starter   #1
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how low is too low?..


ehh.... this is me:

+3.3 - 2.64v
+5 - 4.94v
+12 - 12.10v

my +3.3 voltage shows 2.64v in MBM... also in aida32.. I know it might not be accurate and I should use a multimeter but I it's harder than testing the 5 and 12v right? but anyway, this seems ultra low.. is my computer supposed to blow up or something? I'm scared

I need a new powersupply just for the 3.3 huh..

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my powersupply is called "Enhance" and it's 300w

+3.3 & +5 = 220w max
+3.3 & +5 & +12 = 279 max

+3.3 = 28A
+5 = 30A
+12 = 15A

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It's wrong because if the 3.3v is 2.64v, the system won't even turn on.
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Old 07-20-03, 11:10 PM   #3
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np. a lot of ppl get that on their 3.3v rail. it is the memory voltage.
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