How to solve the problem with the voltage on the 12v line from the PSU?

The problem is this: the last time the computer increasingly began to restart under load, without any reason sometimes does not turn on. In Speecy checked the voltage of power supply line 12v = 8.6 v. Actually bought a more powerful PSU(corsair cx 600w), the situation remained the same, in speecy shows the same abnormally low voltage. Tester for BP unfortunately no.
September 26th 19 at 16:48
1 answer
September 26th 19 at 16:50
Solution
Programs can lie shamelessly. Look in Hwmonitor (www.cpuid.com/softwares/hwmonitor.html) and/or in the bios. Well, once the new PSU with the output power should be good, if it is certainly enough to nourish.
Regarding the reboots: Judging by the question you have Windows. In the system settings view included the creation of a dump and you can disable automatic restart. In this case you will see the "Blue screen of death" and there will be the error code. Well, dumps windows dumps to the minidump folder (in folder windows), there are programs that read them and give out the human error codes, which are also cute gugliada in search of a solution.
Check the voltage in the BIOS, 11,968 V. Everything is fine. From lazy to look, so sorry. - ronny.Ledn commented on September 26th 19 at 16:53

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