Voltage query for first RIG build

pulsemaster

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Jan 30, 2013
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Hi,

okay so straight off the bat I have seen that AI Suite gives false alerts but I have been getting those strange Warning alerts referring to voltage. I am curious as (I am not a electrician or pro by any means) to know if my readings are okay or not. The below are readings are from Speccy whilst my PC is at idle:

Motherboard

Voltage
CPU CORE 1.024 V
MEMORY CONTROLLER 1.024 V
AVCC 3.360 V
3VCC 3.344 V
VIN4 1.000 V
VIN6 1.488 V


I am also including my system components:

CPU
Intel Core i7 3820 @ 3.60GHz 29 °C
Sandy Bridge-E 32nm Technology
RAM - Corsair Dominator Platinum
16.0GB DDR3 @ 667MHz (9-9-9-24)
Motherboard
ASUSTeK COMPUTER INC. SABERTOOTH X79 (LGA2011) 42 °C
Graphics
DELL U2312HM (1920x1080@60Hz)
2047MB NVIDIA GeForce GTX 670 (EVGA) 34 °C
Storage
223GB Corsair Force GT SCSI Disk Device (SSD) 30 °C
1863GB Seagate ST2000DM ST2000DM001-1CH1 SCSI Disk Device (SATA) 31 °C

My rig is about a year and a half old and always given these strange alerts. Perhaps this is a coincidence and I have heard of similar faults but I have had my corsair h100i LED die and wonder if my PSU (Corsair AX750) is having issues as further to this my rig is being funny when I try turning it on, i.e. its unresponsive when I press the front power button on my Corsair 550D for a minute or so.

Also here are the readings from CPUID as I trust it more for read outs.

Hardware monitor Nuvoton NCT6776
Voltage 0 1.02 Volts [0x80] (CPU VCORE)
Voltage 1 1.02 Volts [0x80] (VIN1)
Voltage 2 3.36 Volts [0xD2] (AVCC)
Voltage 3 3.34 Volts [0xD1] (3VCC)
Voltage 4 1.00 Volts [0x7D] (VIN4)
Voltage 6 1.49 Volts [0xBA] (VIN6)
Temperature 0 42°C (107°F) [0x2A] (SYSTIN)
Temperature 3 30°C (86°F) [0x1E] (TMPIN3)
Fan 0 865 RPM [0x361] (SYSFANIN)
Fan 1 2347 RPM [0x92B] (CPUFANIN)
Fan 3 4258 RPM [0x10A2] (AUXFANIN1)

Hardware monitor NVIDIA NVAPI
Voltage 0 0.99 Volts [0x3DB] (VIN0)
Temperature 0 34°C (93°F) [0x22] (TMPIN0)
Fan 0 1230 RPM [0x4CE] (FANIN0)
Fan PWM 0 30 pc [0x1E] (FANPWMIN0)

If anyone would like more info please let me know.

Cheers

Pulse

 

hunter315

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Moderator
Welcome to the world of software voltage monitoring, it doesn't really know whats going on so it just started guessing. CPU-Z will tell you your CPU voltage, use a multimeter and back probe the ATX connector if you are really concerned about your voltages.

For the most part though, if everything is working your voltages are fine. The ATX spec is pretty loose anyway so you have to be pretty far off nominal to be out of spec.
 

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