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Is the voltage reading correct, going to 0v at 5v+ and cpu vrin? (Gigabyte Z87X-UD3H)


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5 hours ago, roberto9834 said:

 

Is the voltage reading correct, going to 0v at 5v+ and cpu vrin? I didn't have any chash or crash when this reading happened, along with a voltage alarm that I also configured

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Those zero voltage readings seem to be intermittent invalid readings that should be ignored.  BTW, the screen shots shows a different software that we are not the authors of.

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18 hours ago, Fiery said:

Those zero voltage readings seem to be intermittent invalid readings that should be ignored.  BTW, the screen shots shows a different software that we are not the authors of.

thanks for answering and sorry, I'm using another software because Windows still keeps crashing every now and then when I try to close Aida. but also has the same voltage reading. 

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6 hours ago, roberto9834 said:

thanks for answering and sorry, I'm using another software because Windows still keeps crashing every now and then when I try to close Aida. but also has the same voltage reading. 

We've seen such issues about Gigabyte motherboards, and they were due to a sensor chip malfunction.  However, please note that a failed sensor chip doesn't affect the overall system performance or system stability.

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