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I think you still have an issue, since the readings are so far off. For comparison, I just ran HW Monitor on my desktop and got these results:
The voltages are pretty close to what they need to be. Yours still look to me to be far off. Something else has to be going on.
Should make no difference, the PSU has under voltage Protection so would cut out if that problem occurred.
Could it be that im plugged into adapters? Not directly into the wall..
Thanks for the additional screenshots
The updated screenshots are reading what they should be but as I have said when in the BIOS your computer is not under load so the PSU is not stressed, the ASUS screenshot can be depended on more so keep checking this when you are gaming or watching a video and you will get a more accurate idea of how the PSU is performing.
At present I would not purchase a new PSU but do monitor it as mentioned above while you are waiting for the new CPU to arrive, any problems become apparent meanwhile hold off fitting the new CPU and upgrade the PSU first http://www.amazon.co...y/dp/B006J420UE
I would however recommend swapping the PSU to a better brand in due course.
NB: It was possibly the ASUS monitoring software causing the bad PSU readings.
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