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high voltage on 3.3v always 4.08

By digit
Feb 27, 2004
  1. hi hope someone can help , i have just renewed my motherboard to a biostar M7NCD . checked hardware utility and on 3.3v i have a alert becase it is reading 4.08v , i have no other problems system seems to be working fine, checked with biostars site and they seem to put it down to noise coming fron cpu fan altering the readings. i am not so sure and would be very grateful for any feedback . i am running this setup
    amd 2200xp
    512 ddr
    ge-force mx 440 agp
    3 optical drives
    350 watt psu
    o/b sound
    80 gig hdd maxtor
    cheers digit
     
  2. RealBlackStuff

    RealBlackStuff TS Rookie Posts: 6,503

    Welcome to TechSpot!

    Can you give us the exact details on your PowerSupply please?
    It looks like it might be some generic PSU with no properly controlled power-output.
    If available, borrow another brand-name - like Enermax or Antec - PSU from someone (preferably 400Watts or over) and put that in your PC to see if that makes any difference.
     
  3. digit

    digit TS Rookie Topic Starter

    sure the psu came with case
    tsunomi
    vg-a350atx
    +3.3v 14amp
    5v 23amp
    12v 14amp
    5vsb 2amp
    5v 0.5amp
    12v 0.8amp
    ps-on
    p.g
    this is all on a sticker on side of psu . no access to other psu
     
  4. RealBlackStuff

    RealBlackStuff TS Rookie Posts: 6,503

    As I said before, try another PSU.
    Yours unfortunately is a generic one with very limited capacity.
    Go buy an Enermax or Antec or Thermaltake of at leat 450Watts to cover your needs.
     
  5. NoisySilence

    NoisySilence TS Rookie Posts: 98

    I don't think a 450w PSU is needed for his system. A 350w should be more sufficient as long as it's a good & solid brand/model.
     
  6. digit

    digit TS Rookie Topic Starter

    cheers folks i'll go buy one as i said it came with case and that only cost £26
     
  7. digit

    digit TS Rookie Topic Starter

    went out and bought a massive 550w psu .
    its a winner all voltages read correct
    cheers realblackstuff you know your stuff
     
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