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I suspect that my 8-year-old PSU Corsair Pro Series HX850 is failing. How can I use AIDA64Extreme to check PSU voltages?

I see mention os "VPSU", "CPSU", and "PPSU" but don't know what they mean or where to find them in a report?

Thanks.

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6 hours ago, cmart66 said:

I suspect that my 8-year-old PSU Corsair Pro Series HX850 is failing. How can I use AIDA64Extreme to check PSU voltages?

I see mention os "VPSU", "CPSU", and "PPSU" but don't know what they mean or where to find them in a report?

Thanks.

You can check your PSU voltages on the Computer / Sensor page in AIDA64.

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