Intel +3.3V Low Voltage Warning?

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  1. chip718

    chip718 Registered Member

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    I recently installed Intel Active Monitor. Today after finishing up some DVD backups I got an alert telling me that a voltage (+3.3 V) has gone outside of its recommended range for 1 second. It only happened that one time and there was no PC crash or program problems at all. Below I pasted exactly what it said in my Alert History:

    06/03/04 15:11:04
    A voltage (+3.3 V) has returned to its recommended range.

    06/03/04 15:11:03
    A voltage (+3.3 V) has gone outside of its recommended range.
    Bad Voltage Value: 2.252 volts

    Can someone PLEASE tell me what they know what this means and should I worry? Thanks in advance for any help.

    PC stats;
    Product name 710 2900047
    Board model Genuine Intel(R) D875PBZ system board
    OS version Windows* XP version 5.1 Service Pack 1 build 2600
    OS memory 522,988 KB RAM

    Processor Intel(R) Pentium(R) 4 CPU 3.00GHz
    Bus speed 800 MHz
    L1 cache Data Cache 8KB, Execution Trace Cache 12K Micro-ops
    L2 cache Advanced Transfer Cache 512 KB
    Form factor Socket 478
    Stepping 9

    Physical memory 512 MB RAM
    Memory speed DDR400
    Memory type DDR, Synchronous
    Form factor DIMM
     
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    Thanks, ronjor. I appreciate it.
     
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