I recently put a new/larger power supply into my pc. Basically this is for some upgrades that I am doing. On the Asus PC Probe utility, it reports the 12 volt rail at 13.18, the 5 volt rail at 5.13 and the 3.3 volt rail at 3.67. Are these higher readings a concern for me?
If you have an ATX12V standard power supply, then it should comply to the specifications, described here:
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