I am running a ASUS p5n32-e plus with q6600 quad core (NOT OVERCLOCKED) 4Gig of 600mhz RAM and nVidia 8800Gtx BFG. These all seem to be running fine (apart from inevitable nVidia driver instability).
I came back from holiday yesterday and turned on my computer to be greeted with a cmos error. I rebooted and then the problem deepened as I was was welcomed to my pc with a boot error and 4 bleeps telling me I had an hardware monitor abnormality. I checked the Voltage Monitor and was told that my Vcore 3.3v 5v and 12v are all too high and in the red. This is accompanied by a temperature of 120c.
I have read a bit on the interweb and it seems I may have a PSU problem. But I think it is something to do with the actual mobo software due to the fact I got the cmos error, I upgraded my nForce driver a few days before and Its pretty new. I also have no crass hes or slow down to report.
If anyone could shed some light on my problem I would be in eternal gratitude.
Thanks very much in advance.
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Chances are a capacitor has blown. They normally make such lovely poping noises when they die.
What will of course now be happening is the voltage inside where that capacitor was will be unstable and it could very well completely fail in the near future.
I would reccomend you get it to a repair shop sooner rather then later for a cheap simple repair rather then an expensive monitor replacement.
i would start at the power supply section , just locate where the ac cord plug to, and that will take you to the power supply area,
please stick with the same values if you can , but never go below the voltage rating on that capacitor, you wil have a pleasent surprise if you dont.