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Ok guys so i was just built upgraded my computer about 2 weeks ago.

its been going strong no problems so far.

till today that is.

I was just playing WOW was raiding during a boss fight, computer randomly restarted itself, no bsod or anything.

just went off then back.


No clue what happen,
my first assumption was temp. but my cpu and gpu only max 55c when playing on 100 load.

my cpu is not OC either all stock.

I was then thinking either my PSU is not up to par for it all.
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16817182044
my psu but other people have recorded better system then mine n stable also.

But still strange how i can play other games way longer and not had a problem yet.
Played wow for about 2 hours today so far, while other games like bf3 n still way long but all good.

any advice would be great.
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your computer may have a BSOD but restarts instead of showing the BSOD. Check the log to see if it did record it.

I think your PSU is sufficient enough to handle your vid card and rest of system...
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i check it, i had error id 41, and error id 6008
I am gonna mention that my 8pin cpu is very tight fit, not much wiggle room if at all. think a extender be in order
Edited by Darkshowdo - 10/11/11 at 9:13pm
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