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What I found about the Aywun 650wm which is actually PEAK voltage, or so the manufacturer says.

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Thank you for the links I will be certainly reading up before I try anything else... So in power supply terms I have been sold a dud do u think that's def the reason it just switchs off under heavy load ? So can someone point me to a psu that I will be happy with? Thanks everyone for helping me sort this out also if I attempt to pull out and replace psu should I be removing chip and applying some thermal paste to it at same time ? I have some artic silver here.
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Thank you for the links I will be certainly reading up before I try anything else... So in power supply terms I have been sold a dud do u think that's def the reason it just switchs off under heavy load ? So can someone point me to a psu that I will be happy with? Thanks everyone for helping me sort this out also if I attempt to pull out and replace psu should I be removing chip and applying some thermal paste to it at same time ? I have some artic silver here.
Well, to be sure, up your voltage on stock speed, and see if it still happends.
Whats your temps on load?
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Hard to tell because comp switches off before it is loaded up to much ie prime 95 runs for no longer then 20secs temps not high tho
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Originally Posted by vzssttr View Post
Thank you for the links I will be certainly reading up before I try anything else... So in power supply terms I have been sold a dud do u think that's def the reason it just switchs off under heavy load ? So can someone point me to a psu that I will be happy with? Thanks everyone for helping me sort this out also if I attempt to pull out and replace psu should I be removing chip and applying some thermal paste to it at same time ? I have some artic silver here.
You shouldn't have to remove the CPU or heatsink if you're removing the power supply. Simply unplug all the connectors, remove the screws that latch it from the back of your case, and you're all set.

The only time you should really need to replace that thermal compound is if you have removed the heatsink and a reapplication is necessary or if your temperatures are strangely high (due to improper application/seating of the thermal compound or heatsink).

Aside from that, even with some craptastic brand PSU, you should be able to at least boot up in stock settings. I'd make sure that you can do that at bare minimum.

Edit: If you're not using it, download "Real Temp 3.6" and let us know the temperatures you are getting while running Prime95. Curious if you're system is shutting down to overheating as running Prime95 by itself usually gives a warning before anything weird happens.

Also, use a program like CPUID to monitor what your CPU settings are indicating (clock speed and multiplier, etc).
Edited by jivenjune - 5/27/11 at 4:01pm
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Ok I will check that out, once again thanks for everyones help. You guys are actually nice on this forum lol it's a welcome change
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post #27 of 48
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Ok I will check that out, once again thanks for everyones help. You guys are actually nice on this forum lol it's a welcome change
We have our moments, haha.
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post #28 of 48
Yeah if you have any worries either find a geek who is willing to help you switch out that power supply or ask us more questions.. no such thing as a dumb question and people around here are generally really nice to beginners.
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post #29 of 48
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I may need to find me one of those if I can't figure it out I reset the bios back to default as suggested then ran a stress test with prime 95 and the computer now did not shut off! Ran for 20 mins with everything stock but I noticed the core temps were in the low 70s Is this normal for stock? Worried once I start to oc it temps will only get worse
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post #30 of 48
For stock that might be a bit high. The stock heatsinks are generally junk and that doesn't give you much room for overclocking. I would not want to exceed 80 degrees under prime. So the problem good have indeed been temperature but you'd have to hit nearly 100c for that to happen. You might only be able to get 4-4.2ghz out of it if your case/heatsink is giving you those temperatures. If you want more performance there are many great cheap heatsinks out there 212+ comes up as recommended the most . I still think your power supply might be suspect. Try running prime overnight and check temps in the morning.
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