Hello,My psu is running the -12v rail at around -7vIs this a problem? This reading was obtained using CPUID HWMonitor, i have checked in the bios but it only lists the + values.Any advice would be helpful please.The psu is a 450w supplyThanks in advance
Sorry i should have addedAll the + values are fine as are the other - values.
I don't know the technicalities, but as long as your PC is not presenting you with any problems, I would not worry about it.
Hi TechnotigerThanks for your answer, i have not noticed any problems but as it was a new pc i was wanting to check, my last pc held all the values in the bios and was accurate.Any other opinons are welcomed......
PC does not use 12- only +
Thanks Woodchip.......Why does programmes like HWMonitor check for it? Is it just a throwback to old units?My last PC listed it in the biosThanks for the input.
click hereThis explains a bit more.-12V is used in serial ports - but they are very voltage tolerant anyway - and how many use a serial port nowadays.
Thanks DieSseIn that case i'm not going to worry about the PSU as the rest of the voltages seem perfect.Thanks for everyones input.
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