|Feb 5, 2013, 07:10 AM||#30|
Good morning to everyone.
So I got a Gigabyte 660 OC 2GB.
Once I installed it on my system and got it booting I tried to game.
Again... the freezing issues were there waiting for me.
A friend of mine which is pretty much into the PC-tech thing advised me to visit him with my rig.
Once there, we started testing and all this jazz.
We finally got to a conclussion after many hours of testing - replacing H/W etc.
Our last chance was to try with a different PSU (an old LAMTECH 550W).
Guess what... my system worked nicely and smooth for more than 1 hour of gaming and simultaneous unigine benchmarking.
Turns out it was the PSU that was unstable of delivering and maintaining the right amount of voltage to the card. I have already sent it back to the store I have purchased it and waiting for a H/W check.
Who could imagine this was the problem and not spending 1 month of his life searching on it ?
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