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Reading more of the post. I understand it is a power supply issue, these are quite common. Really the only brands of PSU's I have ever trusted are Corsair, OCZ, ULTRA, and the less common NZXT ones (More or less because I have had great results with mine). Usually you will have stable and reliable results with these brands. It is also just one more component you have to check off the list when more issues present themselves when and if they do.
Thank you for reading through and giving me advice, hopefully I will not have to face anymore problems after getting a new PSU
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Well sense you are getting a new power supply and if you plan to be upgrading a lot in the months to come, Save yourself the money, time and effort and get a great quality psu now, even if it is overkill for your current system. If you can afford to drop the dough grab a Seasonic.
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Well sense you are getting a new power supply and if you plan to be upgrading a lot in the months to come, Save yourself the money, time and effort and get a great quality psu now, even if it is overkill for your current system. If you can afford to drop the dough grab a Seasonic.
^this and Antec as well
Look at Phaedrus2129 Big write on PSUs
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I will most likely be getting an antec when i get around to it, and the computer that we are talking about will probably never get upgraded, its just a secondary computer that is not used very often, if there is ANY upgrade that would ever happen it would be a new graphics card, i'll make sure to get more than enough wattage for it if it ever happens.

Again thank you all

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