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I uploaded it to Dropbox like you asked. Thanks for the tips and info, much appreciated! Apr 26, 2003 #18 Nic TechSpot Paladin Posts: 1,549 Storm, I didn't mention any names in my last post as it is not my intention to make others feel inferior. Other software running in background also play a role. Source

Note that I=VERY_HIGH, V=LOW, but R=VERY_LOW_INDEED. It could be something in the background eating up the CPU resources, it could be as simple as AA and/or AF set too high, etc. Subscribe to our Newsletters Email Please enter a valid email to subscribe Arduino Newsletter Arduino Store Newsletter Newsletter Italiana Cancel Next Confirm your email address We need to confirm your email As to measuring the voltage across a short, then if it is a true *short*, the voltage will always measure ZERO. http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/12v-possible-problem.5129/

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This is typically what happens when you use a PSU that is of too low wattage rating for a PC - the computer won't be able to power up at all. What driver version are currently using? Not just that, Anonymous said: So the problem was that my PC starts again after i shut it down.

vBulletin v3.8.7, Copyright ©2000-2017, vBulletin Solutions, Inc. Is it possible that my PSU is dropping in voltage when I try to play games like SR 4? It allows real time adjusting of voltages on each rail. Signs Of Power Supply Failure Similar Topics +12v Problem Apr 26, 2004 +12V problem, insufficient powerrr May 5, 2007 Asus A7N8X-E Deluxe shutting down 12v problem Dec 24, 2004 4 pin ATX 12V Power supply problem

I wouldn't want to answer that without knowing more detail about the PSU and the machine it's running. Power Supply Problems And Solutions GhislainGJan 30, 2015, 5:38 PM You don't want to repair, you simply want to shutdown to determine if the issue is the OS or the system. but the only connections I have to draw power from are in the picture... To be certain you would need to check the voltages with a multi-meter, or some other accurate measurement device.

From the linked thread it appears that the supply you are using has an output of 25.6V, so I would be a little worried about over driving the Zeus boards, unless Power Supply Troubleshooting And Repair Apr 25, 2003 #12 Nic TechSpot Paladin Posts: 1,549 Storm, just to clear up a few things ... 1) I didn't write the atx specs, I only quoted them. 2) Yes, Vic 40Jan 29, 2015, 4:57 PM GhislainG said: Digital Volt Meter (DVM). . This article outlines how to diagnose a faulty supply by testing its voltage outputs, as well as how to replace the defective unit.The symptomsJust about any intermittent problem can be caused

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So you're power supply should be enough. https://forums.geforce.com/default/topic/790991/sli/possible-12v-problems-gtx-680-sli/ Since you didn't provide any info about your system, we don't know if your PSU has a single 12V rail or multiple rails. Power Supply Problems Symptoms MarkT Brattain Member Posts: 22,632 Karma: 1082[add] Arduino rocks Re: Problem driving 12V/20mA with BC517 transistor #6 Jul 13, 2016, 02:40 pm Last Edit: Jul 13, 2016, 02:41 pm by MarkT Computer Power Supply Problems And Solutions Pdf Check the power lead to the CPU fan. (This is usually a small-gauge pair of wires that can break if you pull too hard.) On some PCs, you must also remove

Animositisomina02-27-2011, 10:42 PMThat's a good start, but if you answer the questions I had above, we can move this along a bit further. And these won't have thermal issues like LEDs used in lighting situations. I took those sticks out, and I am still having the problem.I ran memtest, and I didn't get a single error.What on earth could be causing this problem? I don't see any temperatures that get too high though.I downloaded Asus AI Suite, and it says that my 12v is at approximately 12v. Power Supply Problems Pc

So bad LED, bad resistor, or bad soldering are the only possible problems with them. So voltage does not *have* to drop, it drops because the power supply is unable to maintain it (bigger PSU - less voltage drop). Animositisomina02-27-2011, 10:59 PMMay want to check your temperatures, maybe something is getting a little too much heat that is making you get lag spikes. have a peek here Could be as simple as a driver issue.

These can range in price from just under $100 to well over $300. 11v On 12v Rail Reply Reply With Quote 08-02-2006,05:07 AM #6 x6BL_Brando View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Senior Member Join Date Dec 2003 Posts 5,122 Golden are cheap junk units in my i was looking at my asus probe and i noticed that my +12v was reading at 13.1, and it sets my alarm sometimes when i have the probe running.

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Since you cannot disconnect the power plugs from the drives or motherboard while the power is on, you must use a technique called back probing. Hope this helps clarify things a little, so don't be afraid to post if you disagree and wish to say so. Heat could be the problem. Power Supply Failure Causes This argument is not even relavent to this problem.

I'm a gamer who can't play games anymore. nostallSep 17, 2014, 8:30 PM Vic40, SR71. I would say borrow a PSU from a friend or a store and try.2. http://windowsrefund.org/power-supply/computer-died-is-this-a-power-supply-problem.php Each time I've always used DriverCleaner to remove all traces prior to installing new drivers.

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