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rshaffer61

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Thanks Digerati for the second look.
The gigabyte utility hopefully will show something.
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Hi Digerati.

I thought it better to do some more screen shots.

The -12v shows in speed fan, but not +12v.
The -12v missing in ET6 but the +12v shows.

I know it is easyest to deal with one problem at a time. Do the following have any bearing?
The Vcore2 is showing as to high. In the BOIS there is only one incidence of Vcore, adjusted it from auto to normal and then 1.288v but made no differnce to any reading. Reset it to auto again.
The SYS2 temp reads-2C and if I connect a fan to the header on the Mobo, the fan jerks but will not start, so I assume there is not enough voltage being delivered.

Thanks for the help you are giving.

Edited by iammykyl, 27 August 2010 - 11:24 PM.

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I would hope ET, being from Gigabyte, would be better able to read the correct sensor, and it seems it can. Your +12V looks good. (-12V is not used).

Doing a little research, Speedfan has a tendency to label RAM voltage as VCore2.

Don't know what to say about the fan jerking - I would try another fan.

Other than that, I'm not seeing any problems here.
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Just an FYI to all that might read this post that there are some hardware monitoring programs that will not pick up all voltages and temperatures.
That is why we will try a few different programs to verify.

With that said, the voltages and temps look good.
And I would also try another fan for the jerking one.
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Thanks guys.

Good to know I am not going to burn anything out.

Tried another fan with the same result. As I have the front fan connected with a variable controller so will not bother to use the SYS2 header.

Can this topic be marked as, solved?

Once again, thanks for all the help.
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