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       #11

    Layback Bear said:
    Your voltages are still very low. I don't ever know how your computer boots and starts.

    Because of the poor reputation of your power supply, the problem you are having, and two quality programs voltage readings; I still recommend a new quality power supply.
    Any reading you get will be in question until a known quality power supply is installed.

    ok thank you i will go ahead and get a new power supply and see what that does.. could that be why my mother board is running in the 50c temp????
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       #12

    You can't believe anything from your system until a know quality power supply is installed.

    A power supply is the heart of a computer.
    If it isn't correct nothing else is either.
    Do your research and let us know what your choice of selections before you buy.
    Keep in mind; you are not going to find a quality power supply in the price range of the one you have now. Their is not a $39.95 quality power supply.
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       #13

    Layback Bear said:
    You can't believe anything from your system until a know quality power supply is installed.

    A power supply is the heart of a computer.
    If it isn't correct nothing else is either.
    Do your research and let us know what your choice of selections before you buy.
    Keep in mind; you are not going to find a quality power supply in the price range of the one you have now. Their is not a $39.95 quality power supply.

    ok thank you can you recommend me a good power supply,
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       #14

    ok my next door neighbor has a power supply he letting me try and this is what my system now says for info via the bios..
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  5. Posts : 25,847
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       #15

    It seem like the power supply your friend loaned you is works properly.

    You need a power supply!!
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       #16

    Could you reconnect your PSU and show us the same bios shot? You have used 2 programs in Windows for the previous readings but on the PSU you borrowed you have used the bios. I just wanted to confirm it was the PSU at fault and not the programs.
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       #17

    Good call Paul. It would be interesting to know if programs we use often are correct.
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       #18

    ok i tried to hook up the other one again and it wont turn on at all... hooked the other one back up and it works again.. so you where right about it being power supply... the mother board temp still stays at 50c, but could it be heat from my video card getting on the chipset.. as the chipset is right next to the video card... here is my motherboard layout.. i was told to add a small fan to the chipset.. cause with video card installed it covers the chipset..
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  9. Posts : 25,847
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       #19

    I haven't found any program that I can trust on motherboard temps. I use a red dot infrared thermometer to read different sections of the motherboard.
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       #20

    Layback Bear said:
    I haven't found any program that I can trust on motherboard temps. I use a red dot infrared thermometer to read different sections of the motherboard.

    ok thanks cause the system is running nice and smooth and fast , so i wont worry about the board temp right now then, glad to have the power supply thing worked... thank you all so much for the help i have learned alot. so thanks
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