Discussion in 'General Hardware' started by Live OR Die, Jul 19, 2007.
need a program to see if my +12v rail drops
is 11.65 on a +12v rail to low
dude..... asus probe...
specific for asus mobos, will give you actual reading
there should be a record option with the asus probe that will record your temps fans and voltages. i use it all the time when it is hot out to make sure nothing is getting too hot.
Asus probe is quite unreliable for accurate readings.
Just get a voltmeter/digital multimeter dude, for $10-$20 you can have accurate readings, that dont rely on software.
but a multimeter is NO GOOD is your card is running on an isolated rail if measuring from another... you would have to go to the back power connector pins on the card with the multimeter
but that would sort ya out
thanks will download asus pc probe
DMM is the best option... software is not really accurate
Buy a DMM. It will come handy many times afterwards...
An isolated rail for the GFX card, you say?
Then tell me how would Asus Probe measure it if it actually was an isolated rail for the GFX?
You can get a multimeter cheap, like this one, and you can use it for a lot of other things, too.
Well yes... his question never mentioned the video card rail, so no need to go off the rails on that one.
If he wants to measure the power to his video card, he does need to measure that cable in particular, but its also tricky as some card power comes from the mobo and you cant measure that voltage.
Shouldn't need to measure that voltage as the mobo should have that locked down tight
my +12V rail is only 11.65 thats isn't right is it and its not the PSU would it be my MB
11.65 would probably be giving you stability issues.
If you're reading this from the mobo, just pretend it doesn't exist because its no legitimate indication of anything other than your mobo has a "sensor".
If thats AsusProbe, its reading the exact same sensor speed fan is reading.
2 programs reading an innaccurate probe will yield the exact same result. An inaccurate reading.
im reading it from the bios and speed fan the same reading what would make it that low
PSU voltages droop that low when the PSU is incapapble of handling your system load.
You look to have a 750w toughpower. I would STRONGLY suggest locating and using a digital multimeter to double check.
Is there anyone on this forum NOT having problems with a TT Toughpower?
I thought TT was shaping up, but I guess they're still a steamy heap when it comes to items that matter :shadedshu
iv have tried 3 new power PSU 2 750w and a 800 didn't help and 11.65v is in the bios when windows is running still show the same
Means the sensor isn't accurate. Don't use it. period.
so i shouldn't use the mb
nah, your psu is spot on mate, if you check it with a DMM, you'll see it's almost bang on 12v. They're good PSU's
Aparently my 12v rail is 10.03v on my P5K Deluxe
thanks this program called PC Wizard 2007 from the people how made cpu z reads it as 13.05v well the hell is that reading it from?
hopefully not the vcore
Whatever it can find.
Its not even worth time trying to get them to work, wondering why they don't work, or even caring they exist, really.
well pc wizrard 2007 is useing sensor ITE IT8718F and speed fan is useing this one IT8712F and EVEREST reads from the same one as pc wizrard 2007 so how dose that work out? and pc wizrard 2007 is the only one that looks right can some one test pc wizrard 2007 on there system and post back thanks
Different programs may translate the 'reading" recieved from these sensorys a little bit differently.
Regardless it shouldn't matter as neither way are accurate.
thanks but if it is that low that maybe why i can't oc over 1360 fsb with out it crashing
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