razialx wrote:All were in the proper ranges except the -5V. It was hovering around a -3.99V, which was causing it to flash red (annoying hehe).
That's because your motherboard doesn't use -5V. In most cases, the ATX power supply doesn't even HAVE a -5V rail or lead. So, as typical with most software voltage readings, your reading is bogus.
And for the record, the title of the article should be "ATX Power Supplies 101." Yeah.. that should SEEM obvious because this is MOTHERBOARDS.ORG... a PC hardware site, but the article got digged and that was the first point to come up.
Freakin' nerds. Have nothing better to do then to split ends on verbiage.