12.22V in the 12V rail..acceptable?

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dashdanw

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Quick question, new power source, the 12v rail is at around 12.22, no higher, sometimes 12.20, could that be bad for my hardware? im using an m2n4-sli motherboard and an AMD Dual Core 2.2ghz (65w) 4200+
 
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No, it wont cause any damage to your components, just make sure it doesn't go any higher.
 

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Yep, the standard tolerance for that voltage is 5%, that would +/- 0.6V. Your P/S is working fine.
 
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