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Old 05-11-04, 01:44 PM Thread Starter   #1
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-12.00 & -5.00 both reading 0???


I have a thermaltake purepower PS and am using motherboard monitor to monitor voltages. Both -12.00 and -5.00 always read 0.00 V.

Is this normal?

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Old 05-11-04, 03:13 PM   #2
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its probably just your motherboard and mbm5. if things are stable you're fine
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Old 05-11-04, 03:34 PM   #3
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If they were actually at 0...your system wouldnt be running at all...

You should have a preset on MBM5 for that board...if not...the latest update should...this will preset all temp and voltage settings for you...
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The -12 and -5 lines aren't used anymore (they were important for serial ports, though those are quickly fading as standard mobo equipment). You can safely ignore them.
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Old 05-11-04, 04:04 PM   #5
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The Intel MB's dont use the -12 and -5 at all anymore?
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Old 05-11-04, 04:07 PM Thread Starter   #6
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Ok thanks. I will just not display them in the dashboard anymore and forget about them.

Thanks for the info.

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Yea they are unimportant don't worry about them as they don't do much like others said. They were mostly used for the old ISA slots and Serial Ports.

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Re: -12.00 & -5.00 both reading 0???


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I have a thermaltake purepower PS and am using motherboard monitor to monitor voltages. Both -12.00 and -5.00 always read 0.00 V.

Is this normal?
Yes this is normal for this board.

There is no calibrations data for -12 and -5 in the calibration file for MBM5!!! This probably means that the ASUS P4P800 does not monitor these voltages.

MBM5 voltage.ini calibration data for ASUS P4P800:
V1=Asus P4P800
V1V1=$20*0.01567
V1V2=255
V1V3=$22*0.016
V1V4=$23*0.016*1.68
V1V5=$21*0.016*3.8
V1V6= 255
V1V7= 255

Note 1:
V1 core 0
V2 core 1 or 1.5 or 2.5
V3 3.3
V4 5
V5 12
V6 -12
V7 -5

Note 2: 255 = should always be used if a voltage is not supported by this voltage config selection
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