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Originally Posted by munaim1 View Post

Moved to PSU section.
Thanks i couldn't find it earlier
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Originally Posted by guyladouche View Post

OP, you'll be just fine with that PSU--it'll be more than enough.
However, that's assuming that the PSU isn't faulty--from what you explained given your previous issues, it could be a PSU problem. Unless you have verified that your PSU is okay?

No i am not 100% sure its the psu yet it still might be the motherboard on why it wont turn off and the psu could be fine with normal coil whine as it goes under stress or playing a game but i cannot tell until my p67 board comes to cross reference it, i mean i could do it now but that means stripping out the wc etc which i am putting off till the psu/mobo actually goes as my mobo is due tomorrow/mon and the job itself is going to take up the best part of half a day (with no other unusual behaviour i am taking a risk running this system with the current faults but i think it will hold off).
I do have one of them cheap psu testers but it only tests that all rails are active and the volts supplied which i will also plug in when i strip it down.

Even with the faults i am overly impressed with this current system as its been running at these settings 24/7 for the past 3 years (2 years current cpu and about a year or so on the x6850).
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I had that happen with my new xfx 850w 1st time i installed it .. i turn the pc i herd a pop and saw a spark on my MB idk if it was due to my older antec 520w going out on me.. days ago but while the pc was on it shut off on me but after i reinstalled my OS idk it haven't turn off on me could of been a OS problem. Before that i could not turn off my PC every time i did my PC would start up by itself .. till i resetted my bios by switching the jumper and taking out the CMOS battery once i put everything back my pc shut off fine.. probably the high voltage from the unit sparked my MB..
    
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Well at least i didnt see any sparks but then the mobo wasn't viewable at the time and i did have my music pumping the b-line through my usb headset at the time, which is the highest volume its ever been and since then no other probs apart from it wont shut off (touch wood). It's the coil whine since then that makes me think its psu, i will know for sure over the weekend but my backup the igreen which is sitting in my 2nd pc soon to be folding comp that also hosts ts should be sufficient to run new system if it is psu.
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