Since that is well outside the the tolerance I would expect something to be negatively impacted. Maybe you read the 5v by mistake?I was in bios the other day and saw that my 3,3 v was at 5 voltage.
My computer is performing alright, but can my pc perform better when it is at 3,3 v? And can it make some problems in the long run when it is at 5 v?
M.2 runs on 3.3v does it not? And by proxy, any PCIe connected component may I would assume? Though PCIe stuff can also draw 12v.Nothing modern really uses the 3.3 rail, it may simply be unloaded. Most of your CPU and peripherals ride the +12 and +5
I think most of those were a bleedover from the AT spec where the CPU used to be driven off of the 3.3v rail, you used to see vendors dump huge amounts of amperage onto that, and coincidentally most bottom-bin cheap arse power supplies that indicate 500w of capacity but have 250w allocated to 3.3/5vbut it seems odd that no one would want to update the spec to remove them if it was unused.