*smooch* (ldy) wrote,
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More hardware advice

So, my computer seems to be running smoothly with the new power supply.

However, my new PS doesn't provide -5V power (which set my ite smartguardian off when I used it to check the temperature, since it's only reading around 3.7 -5V power instead of 5).

It's my understanding that this isn't an issue unless one is using very old hardware. Is this true?

PLEASE TELL ME THAT THIS IS TRUE. I don't think I could deal with having to send another PS back. Thank you!

In other news, man, my kid really screwed up his report card. Sparks are gonna fly tonight.
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