Wha' up all you techlicious out there. This is ya boy Cvrk having some problems with the pc over here. I think my psu is falling apart. I get sudden and often restarts. At first I thought it's because of viruses. After every sudden restart I did a full scan and I found some tojans in system volume. But now a days my pc is clane and that must have been like just a coincidence, cuz I still get the restarts out of the blue. The really strange part is that I NEVEr get restarts when I'm gaming. The way I see it, a 3D environment graphics game is the most demanding application for a PC. If I can run for hours Crysis 2 at maximum without any problems, it sould be fine in all other non gaming aplications. But It's not :shadedshu .... I get sudden restarts most of the time when I'm browsing the web like 95% of the times reatrts ever happen and sometimes whne I'm doing some other aplciations. I also noticed It happens when I'm multitasking alot and my uTorrent is downloading at speeds over 3mb/s .....just keep in mind these are just some examples that I can give you guys so you can realise what I'm talking about. Again, I find it very strange that I never get restarts doring games. Here is my PC specs: Motherboard ASRock M3N78D CPU AMD Phenom II X4 840 Processor 4gb ram dd3 kingston Seagate Barracuda 1 Tb 7200 RPM Sapphire HD 5670 1GB Creative Audigy 2 Tv Tunner Leadtech dvd-rw pioneer and my PSU is a.... Casecom 450W. But I think it's not the real deal, cuz the windows doesn't recognise it. On the Control Panel/ Power Options/ UPs / Manufacturer: (None) So there it is . Do I need another PSU, if so...what kind do you recomand and what power? I was thinking to get a Corsair Gaming Series GS600W. Also a quick question...If I get a more powerrfull PSU does that mean my computer will eat up more energy? Example: If I have a 600W or a 800W PSU and listen to music and work on a text editor in all this time will I get the same energy consumption,regardless of what psu I use.