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> The newbie guide to power supply units, Questions and comments are welcomed

post Jan 27 2018, 06:18 PM

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QUOTE(Jcsy @ Nov 13 2017, 09:33 PM)
I wanted to ask

Are my power supply readings bad?

My PC crashes;
Blue Screen of Death
Gaming Crash
Windows Crash
PC hang out of no where (frozen)
Errors during stress test

Hardware monitor  ITE IT87
Voltage 0  1.17 Volts [0x49] (CPU VCORE)
Voltage 1  3.20 Volts [0xC8] (+3.3V)
Voltage 3  4.76 Volts [0xB1] (+5V)
Voltage 4  11.39 Volts [0xB2] (+12V)
Voltage 7  4.65 Volts [0xAD] (+5V VCCH)
Temperature 0  67 degC (152 degF) [0x43] (CPU)
Temperature 1  48 degC (118 degF) [0x30] (Mainboard)

Is my 12v voltage bad? Its 11.33~11.49v

Using a Corsair CS750M, which has more than enough power to power my 300w system
Generally the results from the software monitor should be taken as a grain of salt - if you really need to test their voltages you will need a multimeter for that icon_idea.gif
post Today, 05:18 PM

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Some of the best 650w 80+Gold PSU in market right now are

Super Flower Leadex II 650w
EVGA Sepernova 650w g3
Corsair RM650x 80+Gold
FSP Hydro G 650

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