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Windows 7: CPUid Hardware Monitor

21 Nov 2011   #1

Windows 7 Ultimate Sp1 x64
CPUid Hardware Monitor

Hi there im new to the forum but not new on computers :)

I installed HWmonitor in order to check the voltage of my psu but the results i get are not even close.
I know that you will tell me that every messure program is not accurate but the question here is how do i know what should be the correct voltages so i check them in bios?

In bios i see VTT and other names that i don't know what should be their average number

My motherboard is gigabyte HA65m-ud3h-b3 and my psu is thermaltake 470 watt.

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21 Nov 2011   #2

Windows 10 64 bit

The power supply voltages should be near what they are, for example the -12V that is shown in your snapshot shows -3.84V. If it were that voltage most likely the PC would not be working. The monitor for my PC only shows a +12V, no -12V.

As you noted, I find the monitoring programs will vary from one program to another. Another factor is the sensors on the motherboard.

I would question the monitor program is displaying, but it may be the motherboard is not reporting correctly or that program is not compatible with your motherboard.
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