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phillpower2

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Right then try a different approach and check the readings in the BIOS please, no need for a screenshot just make a note of the entries that I have highlighted in the attachment + the CPU temperature and fan speed;

NB: BIOS voltage readings.

The readings are not conclusive in the BIOS as the computer is under the least amount of load, if they are higher or lower than what they should be though it does suggest a PSU problem.
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CPU Temp 43oC
Fan Speed 1740

CPU Core Voltage 1.144V
DRAM Bus 1.50V
3.3V -> 3.328V
5.0V -> 5.08V
12V -> 12.096 - 12.192V
VCCIO Voltage 1.050V
CPU PLL Voltage 1.800V
PCH Voltage 1.050V
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Thanks for the update which looks as it should be :thumbsup:

The MBs own ASUS monitoring software was most likely causing the anomalous readings however it will do no harm if you keep a check on things using Speedfan or HWMonitor, uninstall the other testing software as you see fit.

How is the computer behaving now.
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The truth is that for the past hour I am not hearing anything from the pc, which is encouraging!
I''ll stick to your advice...thanks again Phill :thumbsup:
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That is great news :thumbsup:

Any problems in the future you know where we are :)
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