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Old 27th May, 2005, 10:57 AM
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VOLTAGE PROBLEM ON epox 8rda3I

I have an EPOX 8RDA3i,XP 1800,512 DDR GEIL value,Maxtor 40 GB,SIRTEC 360W power suply.
I installed this mainboard yesterday,everything worked well.
But when i installed SANDRA 2005,voltaje on -12V is 7V.
And voltaje on line 3,3V is 2,8V.
I tried with another power supply,and the same voltaje here.
What can i do?
I know the power supply is good.
I reset the bios and baterie.
Do you have any ideea?
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Old 27th May, 2005, 10:59 AM
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And with MBM5(another voltaje program) the voltaje on 12V is 7V and on 3,3V is 2,7V.
I play Far Cry,Vice City,World of Warcraft,and the computer seems very stable.
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Old 27th May, 2005, 11:21 AM
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And with the actual software supplied with the mainboard not a 3rd party software ?
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Old 27th May, 2005, 11:39 AM
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With mainboard software,i tried,but i can-t find the 3,3 V line and -12V .
This date is from her software program:
VDD-1,648 V
VCore-1,504 V
Vdimm-2,784 V-2,8V
+5V-5,080 V
+12V-12,220 V
Vagp-1,536 V
-5V-4,948 V
Vbat-3,184 V
5VSB-4,921 V.
Where is the -12V and 3,3V line?
Epox are crazy,they don't interesting this 2 voltaje line?
3,3V line is very important.
My english is bad,i'm from Romania.
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Old 27th May, 2005, 03:29 PM
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Use multimeter in lieu of reasonable values etc.
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Old 27th May, 2005, 04:35 PM
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Sandra's notorious for getting voltage readings wrong. As far as the -12V line goes, who uses it any more? As far as the 3.3V line, it's not getting major use either, as most components are powered at lower or higher voltages.
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