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Discussion in 'Motherboards & Memory' started by djduma, Apr 15, 2012.

  1. djduma New Member

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    you mean my system details right?
    here are some screen shots & links of my hardware
    http://www.mediafire.com/?9cafmnfiv8d3uu0

    (Mother Board) http://online.barclays.lk/bc/itemdesc.asp?ic=24213&eq=&Tp=
    (VGA Card) http://www.asus.com/Graphics_Cards/AMD_Series/EAH4870_DKHTDI1GD5/#download
    (Power Supply) http://online.barclays.lk/bc/itemdesc.asp?ic=14229&eq=&Tp=

    thanx for the article mate

    ya im try to have good airflow thats why i replace my casing to this more fans than my older casing....
    http://online.barclays.lk/bc/itemdesc.asp?ic=17240&eq=&Tp=

    do you think that processor heat can restart the PC while im playing a game? hmm its a good point. im using normal I7 processor's fan...
     
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    im sry i didn't get that? you mean swap the power connectors of the VGA card?
     
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    can you give me a softwares to test (without overclocking software)
    nooo i didn't over clock...
    hmm yeah i think so... in normal mood (without doing high performance thing eg: 3D animation or gaming) its temp around 45-55.
    actually sometimes game runs perfectly after few minits it does, but sometimes it does several times....
    what do you mean the changes? i have install the power supply and the casing.
     
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    I guess thet PSU got extra cables, change thet from GPU to PSU.
    other thing. ifd the GPU power cables comming from the same cable from PSU, try 2 cable 2 connection from PSU to thet two GPU power connector.

    I just try rule out connection problems to thet GPU.
    My guess is, 75w from PCIe 75w from one connection 75w from second, if one of them loose, may cause same problems like you have. Because under load the GPU dont get inaf power.
     
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