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Im not here to talk about my psu. damn.

And its 775 wats not 500.
It's not your drivers though. It's your POS PSU. Damn.
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The BETA should have been a big red flag.
I learned long ago that BETA drivers are a waste of my time.

And cry all you want, that PSU is trash.
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That would be false advertising which is illegal. Anyway i'm talking about the drivers not my psu. and if it was my psu how come I can play WoW and my pc doesn't turn off?
because wow is no where near close as demanding on the PSU as BF3 or crysis 2
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and SLI ready means nothing

i had a sunbeam 680w unit on a amd 6000+ with 8800GT SLi and the PSU acculy caught fire when i played crysis for a few hours.
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I thought Nvidia was supposed to be the most stable but these new drivers completely ruin my pc. I used the beta drivers for BF3 beta and my pc SHUT OFF COMPLETELY!

Thats never happened before. So I figure its probably just a game bug and then I try to play Crysis 2 and it does it again!

Get your act together Nvidia. I almost wish I went amd now.
I had this exact same issue when I upgrade from a GTX 460 to a GTX 570 last week. Guess what the problem was? My PSU. Replaced my 610 watt max power psu WITH A 620 WATT continuous power psu and no issues since. I know you didn't come here "to talk about your PSU" but if the PSU is the issue then wouldn't you rather find out before you destroy some part of your PC?
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Alright for people who can actually give DRIVER ADVICE please respond.

People who want to talk trash about my PSU can leave, thx.
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That would be false advertising which is illegal. Anyway i'm talking about the drivers not my psu. and if it was my psu how come I can play WoW and my pc doesn't turn off?

Lmao, He compares WoW which will only use %50 of each GPU.

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Alright for people who can actually give DRIVER ADVICE please respond.

People who want to talk trash about my PSU can leave, thx.
Point is.....its probably not the driver, its your psu. Still dont get it? A driver will not cause your PC to completely shut down.
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That would be false advertising which is illegal. Anyway i'm talking about the drivers not my psu. and if it was my psu how come I can play WoW and my pc doesn't turn off?
Your GPU's are not at high load under WOW, so your PSU is enough to power them.

However, BF3 heavily taxes the GPU's which means they're drawing a ton of power and the PSU is unable to deliver. Result- crash.

Easy way to test is download a furmark like program(furmark, MSI Kombuster, etc) and see if it crashed your PC when run in fullscreen mode. I'm betting it'll do it every time.
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post #29 of 59
Maybe you should listen to everyone here and realize it's not the drivers cause the problem, it's the PSU. I haven't seen a driver cause the computer to just "turn off" in forever, that is most likely your computer trying to access power it can't and crashing in result.

Get a diff PSU and you will be golden, I haven't had any problems with the new beta drivers on any game.
    
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http://www.evga.com/forums/tm.aspx?m=1174372

http://diablotek.com/v2.0/index.php?...chk=1&Itemid=2
+12V@60A

And I'm sorry but your PSU is highly inadequate for what you have.
Edited by Shogon - 10/7/11 at 11:35am
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