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Why my cpu voltages are so high?

Processor :- i7 - 4770k

Motherboard :- Asus Maximus VI Hero

Smps :- Corsair Hx650

Ram :- Corsair Vengance 1600

Graphic card :- Asus Gtx 660ti oc

Cpu cooler :- Corsair H60

My pc got 6 year old now. 

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4 Answers

  • 2 months ago

    its one of 2 things

    1. the PSU is bad (you can test it with a simple PSU voltage tester)

    2. your motherboard is bad, which if that is the case, would require a full system upgrade (excluding your psu and gpu)

    your voltages are so out of spec i am surprised your computer can turn on let alone pull up the bios. 

    normally these voltages would start burning components, so right now you have a fire risk.

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  • Shadow
    Lv 4
    2 months ago

    Check that the system has been set to default values and that it's not overclocked. If it is on default, consider a new power supply or take it to a repair shop and test it with a different PSU before purchasing a new one. If the new PSU gives the same results, then the mainboard is at fault and you'd need a new system as 4th/5th gen boards are scarce. 

    • Anoop2 months agoReport

      Please tell me these matter is connected with cpu cooler...? 

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  • 2 months ago

    Your CPU has Coronavirus.

    • Anoop2 months agoReport

      Good joke

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  • Anonymous
    2 months ago

    I'd be more worried about your 5V and 12V voltages. They're way out of spec. Either your power supply is going bad, or you have a bad VRM on your motherboard. My guess would be the PSU.

    • Anoop2 months agoReport

      I have tested the psu but same issue persist

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