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I need some help, i'm wondering if this p/s has enough juice to run a HD 5770 Diamond plus this system?
MSI 785G-E53
Phenom II X2 560 Black Edition
Hyper 212 Plus
Kingston 4GB DDR3-1600
Ultra 4 Channel Fan Controller
6 TriCool 120mm Fans
1 WD Caviar Blue 250GB
The reason why i'm asking is I've had nothing but problems trying to run this card in my sons computer. I just got the card back from RMA but they told me card was fine. As of right now i'm running this card in my computer playing games like dirt 3, fear 3, crysis 2 etc and card is running like a champ confused.gif but in my sons computer, it wouldn't play no game for more than 1 min before crashing and restarting. This was my old card which never gave me any problems before, i even upgrade his whole pc to run this card and still no luck. The only thing i could think is the problem is this P/S is just not strong enough.What do you guys think?
here's the link to the P/S http://www.microcenter.com/single_product_results.phtml?product_id=0345546
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That should be more then enough power.

The first thing that I would do is try check all the cabling as something could just be loose. If that doesn't work try and take your powersupply, or a backup, and put it in your son's rig and test it out. It could be a bad powersupply.

The second problem that it would likely be is a heat issue. A CPU will shutdown fast if there are problems with temps. Clean out dust, make sure fans are working, etc...
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So i put the card back to my sons pc and for some reason it crash again with the hyper flood error mad.gif.i check all the cables just to see if something is loose but everything check out good, i also was checking the temp of the pc and card which both temps were fine. Now here's what i don't understand, this pc runs perfect without the card which was why i think it has to be the p/s.i think the last thing for me to do is take out my p/s and try it that way
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