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happyrock

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they don't report the same values either...no idea why either...
let me ponder this for awhile...I have to many other things on my plate right now to devote much time to this but as soon as I'm caught up ...I'll reread the whole thread...
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OK ...I have some free time now so lets get back to it...
I started at the the beginning and got to post #47...this stood out...

The PSU is a HUSH Supply Unit not sure if that is the brand or what the brand is to be honest.


look on the psu and see if you can find a model # and how many amps is on the +12V rail...
also give me the make and model # of your monitor
also who made your video card...I know its a 8600GT
another thing I didn't catch before ...everest is not reporting your cpu temps ...go here and get the newest version and lets see what it reports
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