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Old 1st December, 2002, 01:51 AM
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It's probably not your PSU. Here is a thread from the creator of MBM:
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My Voltages are way off
MBM tries to stick to the datasheets of the sensor chips, however board makers do not do this, this will lead to the situation that mbm will read a voltage line thinking it's the 3.3 line while it might be the +5 line and you get very confusing values.

For that reason you can select a sub voltage on the voltage tab of MBM, try to see of any of those give you a better match.

-Alex
Here is the FAQ's for MBM. If you are having trouble, I suggest you try measuring at the molex connector with a good voltmeter. The outside wires on either end are the 12 or 5 volt lines and the inside are the negative respectively.
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