Originally Posted by revin
XTU is a FAR superior program for Intel M/B's
As in my #6 post I wasnt clear if the design of these newer PSU make them "seem" that they are putting out less power
In The reviews, even jhonnyguru's they all have higher 12v&5v readings at full and low power, which made me nervious when mine was off.
Any higher psu as the 1Kw dont behave the same so thats not a comparision.
My multimeter was destroyed in the passenger door
so I gotta get another after we get the truck back and i'm up to getting out more. Just again eairlier this mo. we got rear ended in my wifes car on the way to my Dr. just not having too good of luck. [Makes me wonder If I finish the Firebird if I should even drive it lol]
well, look at this instead:
or this platinum Seasonic: http://www.jonnyguru.com/modules.php...print&reid=264
ATX SPEC are +/- 5%, like others said. You can have a less than 3.3v, 5v or 12v, like you can get more... By the way, software reading can be Wrong. I've tested a Sirtec HighPower 560w, old of 5 years of my brother.. Software and bios says 11.4v, but when plugged into my PSU tester, the 12v1 and v2 are at 12.1 at idle....
Your PSU is fine, that's it..