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    Is my PSU within spec?

    Ok, I'll do that.  Thanks
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    Is my PSU within spec?

    I've noticed while looking through my HWInfo sensors that my +12v and GPU VRM Voltage In numbers are dropping below 12v under load.  The +12v for the CPU seems to be holding up better with lows around 11.8v, but GPU 12v is dropping as low as 11.4v.  Is this within spec or should I be shopping...
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    Radeon RX 480 GPU Core Current

    By the 12V you mean the 8-pin PCI Express cable from the PSU?  I'm using the cable that came with PSU when I bought it a little over 6 years ago.  OCZ600MXSP https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817341017 Thanks for your help, I thought the 120 amps were going through 12V...
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    Radeon RX 480 GPU Core Current

    I haven't used the logging feature yet, but I think this is it. http://www.filedropper.com/benchmarklog
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    Radeon RX 480 GPU Core Current

    I just opened up the settings to increase the polling period and it's already at 2000ms. I'll try running it again to see if I can duplicate the problem. Update: Ran it again, got similar high max amperage readings. https://pasteboard.co/HGD2Fpc.jpg
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    Radeon RX 480 GPU Core Current

    I'm running hwi_589_3520 on Windows 7 64-Bit. Radeon RX 480 GPU. I ran a Unigene Valley Benchmark a little while ago and when I was going over my temperatures and power draw I saw something that didn't look right to me, but I'm far from an expert on electrical stuff. I have a screen shot...
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