Question about HP Compaq Evo d530 PC Desktop
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I just bought a second hand PC (HP Compaq Evo d530 CMT)
and ran Sisoft Sandra to test it. Part of the result is as follows:
“Board Temperature : 42.0°C (Min 42.0°C; Avg 42.0°C; Max 42.0°C)
CPU Temperature : 37.0°C (Min 37.0°C; Avg 37.0°C; Max 37.0°C)
Auxiliary Temperature : 43.0°C (Min 43.0°C; Avg 43.0°C; Max 43.0°C)
CPU DC Line : 1.48V (Min 1.48V; Avg 1.48V; Max 1.48V)
+3.3V DC Line : 3.28V (Min 3.28V; Avg 3.28V; Max 3.28V)
+5V DC Line : 5.16V (Min 5.16V; Avg 5.16V; Max 5.16V)
+12V DC Line : 3.31V (Min 3.31V; Avg 3.31V; Max 3.31V)
CPU Core Power : 69W (Min 69W; Avg 69W; Max 69W)”
Should I be worried about the underlined part of the result? The reading of 3.31V seem to vary significantly from the “reference” value of 12V, unlike the preceding 2 lines concerning the voltage readings on the +3.3V DC Line and +5V DC Line which are close to the “reference” values.
Do I have cause to worry about these readings?
Thank you in advance.
If you really had that drastic of an issue, then the computer would not boot. this is some kind of mis-read.
Posted on Mar 22, 2009
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