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Maybe it is your power supply playing games or maybe you got a loose wire or plugs aren't plugged fully? I think you have a faulty somewhere. I'd do some tests before trying again.

You should get your power supply checked out and if it's ok then you will know it's something else man.
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To me it seems pretty clear that there is something wrong with your unit. is this your first power supply? or second?
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To me it seems pretty clear that there is something wrong with your unit. is this your first power supply? or second?
First one, since I got the computer 4 years ago.

And just to make things easy, I went all the way and pulled the PSU out of the case so I can be sure its not plugged to anything anymore. Does not power up. So I guess its pretty clear cut then... new PSU? And it might actually be a good thing, since if I buy one here in Japan I dont need to worry about the adapter anymore as well.
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First one, since I got the computer 4 years ago.

And just to make things easy, I went all the way and pulled the PSU out of the case so I can be sure its not plugged to anything anymore. Does not power up. So I guess its pretty clear cut then... new PSU? And it might actually be a good thing, since if I buy one here in Japan I dont need to worry about the adapter anymore as well.
Pretty much,Just buy a good quality PSU. A Quality 600+ PSu should Cut it. Is your Sig up to date? BTW is your HD4870 in crossfire or is it actually4870x2?
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Pretty much,Just buy a good quality PSU. A Quality 600+ PSu should Cut it. Is your Sig up to date? BTW is your HD4870 in crossfire or is it actually4870x2?
Is up to date. Not crossfire, is 2 core X2.
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