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Voltages Supplies Problems

Power Supply Fun is Statics... I have ModerBoard ASUS P5RD1-VM with BIOS American MegaTrends v2.58, on Hardware Monitor show the follows: MB Temperature [33°C/91°F] CPU Temperature [41°C/105.5°F] CPU Fan Speed [1360RPM] Chassis Fan Speed [N/A] CPU Voltages Selection [1.3602V} 3.3V Voltage [4.080V] 5V Voltage [5.059V] 12V Voltage [11.303V] Q-Fan COntrol [Enabled] My problems is in the "3.3V Voltage" Seccion, here show 4.080V Supplies by AC Power. With that value my Computer is Reset.

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