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I really don't care what Gigabyte says I'm telling you that 80°C for any silicon based chip isn't normal!
There's nothing running at 80C in the computer. Faulty sensor. I guess Gigabyte didn't want to say that. Still nothing to worry about.
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On all of them? Cause this is the biggest board failure I've ever seen. Was it hot when you touched it?
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On all of them? Cause this is the biggest board failure I've ever seen. Was it hot when you touched it?
lol Haven't seen (ggogled) any other 770 motherboard brand showing 80C. It was warm to the touch. About 30-40C:ish. Actually a very good board. One heck of a overclocker. Would still use it if I would bother getting another CPU for it. I'll put the 965 in it when/if Bulldozer arrives.
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It seems like a nice mainstream board. Still I think alive is getting blue screens cause of the PSU. If it isn't the RAM, the GPU, the board, the CPU, it's definitely a PSU.
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It seems like a nice mainstream board. Still I think alive is getting blue screens cause of the PSU. If it isn't the RAM, the GPU, the board, the CPU, it's definitely a PSU.

Is there a possibility about the blue screen: maybe the nvidia drivers???
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[QUOTE=Benz;14205505]Really? One of the best PSU you say.

http://www.club-3d.com/index.php/pro...sp-d850cb.html

Take a really good look at this one it costs 120$ and it's better than yours.

http://www.cluboc.net/reviews/power/...t850/index.htm

I'm sorry , didn't refer this: you can't find a psu likes this under 250 euro in GREECE!!!

So, i'm from GREECE!!!

Olso about the psu you send me, it doesn't say me lot!!!

An other psu 850 watts i have say the same things>> 80% plus!!!

Etasis says Power Factor: >0.96min at full load and over 80%,the psu you send me says 80% plus and power factor of 0.9 or greater!!!!! both of them is close!!!

I don't remember but i think etasis has 850 watts consume and 840 watts output!!!!

I'll tell you somethings i learned:eg the psu you send me says>equipped with a 135mm diameter temperature-controlled fan,and etasis says and is really equipped with a 80mm temperature-controlled fan!!!

Of Course,you'll say the bigger fan the more air,so if you want more air you have more temperature,if you have more temp you have more power losses!!! I think that's big difference!!

Never mind, i'll try a new one and see!!!

Again thanks everyone!!!
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?????? What the hell are these links?????? They're complete gibberish...

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Really? One of the best PSU you say.

http://www.club-3d.com/index.php/pro...sp-d850cb.html

Take a really good look at this one it costs 120$ and it's better than yours.

http://www.clubOverclock.net/reviews...t850/index.htm

I'm sorry , didn't refer this: you can't find a psu likes this under 250 euro in GREECE!!!

So, i'm from GREECE!!!

Olso about the psu you send me, it doesn't say me lot!!!

An other psu 850 watts i have say the same things>> 80% plus!!!

Etasis says Power Factor: >0.96min at full load and over 80%,the psu you send me says 80% plus and power factor of 0.9 or greater!!!!! both of them is close!!!

I don't remember but i think etasis has 850 watts consume and 840 watts output!!!!

I'll tell you somethings i learned:eg the psu you send me says>equipped with a 135mm diameter temperature-controlled fan,and etasis says and is really equipped with a 80mm temperature-controlled fan!!!

Of Course,you'll say the bigger fan the more air,so if you want more air you have more temperature,if you have more temp you have more power losses!!! I think that's big difference!!

Never mind, i'll try a new one and see!!!

Again thanks everyone!!!
Then don't buy it in Greece... Go to Germany or somewhere else. I know that Greece is on a verge of collapse but 250€ for a damn PSU that's not even that good? Come on this is absurd... 80+ bronze certified PSU would be more than enough for you, I know it's your PSU that is about to fail because you get so much voltage drop on your +12V and your +3.3V it's not even funny. And the worst part is, if your PSU takes a crap and die it could take your motherboard with it.
Edited by Benz - 7/15/11 at 1:21pm
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?????? What the hell are these links?????? They're complete gibberish...



Then don't buy it in Greece... Go to Germany or somewhere else. I know that Greece is on a verge of collapse but 250€ for a damn PSU that's not even that good? Come on this is absurd... 80+ bronze certified PSU would be more than enough for you, I know it's your PSU that is about to fail because you get so much voltage drop on your +12V and your +3.3V it's not even funny. And the worst part is, if your PSU takes a crap and die it could take your motherboard with it.

ok...today my pc show me the same blue screen and i put my new 850 watts psu and i think voltage is the same!!!

so far nothing !!
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