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Corsair VS550w - inaccurate 3.3V rail readings


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A week ago i got all the parts for my new PC - specs listed below;


GPU: Gigabyte 970 G1 gaming (stock clocks)

MOBO: Gigabyte GA-Z170X-Gaming 7

CPU: Intel i5 6600k (stock clocks)

RAM: 2x4GB DDR4 Corsair LPX

SSD: 120GB kingston m.2 SSD


And ofc the VS550w PSU - saved some cash here i know - but saw some reviews and have no intention of running SLI in the further - so thats why i brought it (and i love corsair)


It works flawless - played FC4 on it and it only draws like 300W (+- measured with a watt meter). But something is wrong with the 3.3V rail i think - readings is posted under;




Its after 30 minuts of FC 4 on full ultra.


Should i RMA it or is it okay? Have no option to read it with a multimeter, but the other readings seems to be fine? Certainly dont want to risk the system duo to a failing PSU. Hope you can help me out :D!

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