So I am playing Crysis yesterday, and I'm at the last level, and suddenly my computer just turns off. I took of my headphones and hear this loud screach(like a computer POST code beep, but continuous). I tracked it down to my UPS, the display on the UPS says it was overloaded and it cut off juice to the computer. At that time I had my computer(in specs) connected to the UPS, with the monitor, and all my networking gear(8-port Gigabit Linksys switch, Linksys WRT54GL Router, DSL Modem). I didn't think all of this would overload the UPS, so I powered the UPS down and back up again, and rebooted my PC figuring it was just some kind of fluke. I also unplugged my Monitor, and networking gear from the UPS just in case to lighten the load on it. I started playing Crysis again, and about 5 minutes into play, the damn thing starts the continuous beep again! I quickly exit Crysis, and the beep goes away. Damn, my UPS can't handle the strain from Crysis' last level!!! I've run 24 hour loops of 3Dmark06 on this machine with the UPS and it does perfectly fine, but the last level of Crysis killed the damn thing. So I have done some testing, and every time I try to play Crysis, the amount of time before the beep starts gets shorter and shorter. I ran 3Dmark06 on a loop for 10 hours and the beep never started. Then I played Crysis a few more times, and now it beeps whenever a 3D app is started. It can't even make it through a single run of 3Dmark06 without the beep starting. So Crysis' last level has officially killed my UPS. The UPS was the last thing I thought Crysis would kill.