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"PSU 600W"

There is the issue.
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post #33 of 75
Yikes that is scary... I googled my best but could find no information about their "Standard Power Supply".
Make sure all the power cables are plugged in, sometimes that 4 pin cable is forgotten.

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http://www.ibuypower.com/Store/AMD_FX_8-Core_Configurator
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post #34 of 75
I run a 600w PSU. Should be plenty. Unless there is something I miss on account of it being a Bulldozer CPU. Now, if it is a cheap PSU, then it is a problem.

Just a quick calculation of the main components @ Extreme PSU calculator shows that would need a 320w. There are not enough high power components on that system to need any more than an additional 300 watts


JMO

LOL! Or were you just saying that it does not give a brand is the problem?
post #35 of 75
Quote:
Originally Posted by Lukinrats View Post

I run a 600w PSU. Should be plenty. Unless there is something I miss on account of it being a Bulldozer CPU. Now, if it is a cheap PSU, then it is a problem.
Just a quick calculation of the main components @ Extreme PSU calculator shows that would need a 320w. There are not enough high power components on that system to need any more than an additional 300 watts
JMO
LOL! Or were you just saying that it does not give a brand is the problem?

Some power supplies are labled as "500W" but when you read the details it only lists a constant load rating of "320W". Finding no information at all about type or capability of their "Standard Power Supply" is just scary to me. Even Generic supplies post their ratings specs or you can find them on the web.
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post #36 of 75
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Some power supplies are labled as "500W" but when you read the details it only lists a constant load rating of "320W". Finding no information at all about type or capability of their "Standard Power Supply" is just scary to me. Even Generic supplies post their ratings specs or you can find them on the web.

Oh, believe me. I agree with you. I was actually replying to Xfall3nX, and then I realized what he actually meant afterwards. At first I thought he was saying that it was not enough, but I think he only meant that it was crap because they dont give the brand name
post #37 of 75
OP Said it dips after playing for a while, I wonder if that case is sufficiently cooled? I don't see a front fan in the pics, even if there were a front fan the hdd bay would do a fine job of blocking any usable airflow. Either the cpu or gpu may be throttling down to prevent overheating?
   
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post #38 of 75
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Originally Posted by notyettoday View Post

OP Said it dips after playing for a while, I wonder if that case is sufficiently cooled? I don't see a front fan in the pics, even if there were a front fan the hdd bay would do a fine job of blocking any usable airflow. Either the cpu or gpu may be throttling down to prevent overheating?


Could very well be, but he will need to post a screenshot from HWmonitor or Speedfan or something. Also, still needs to add CPU-z so you can see that info.
post #39 of 75
Buy another PSU (Corsair 750W to hold the CPU which is a monster), Buy a GOOD aftermarket air cooler (hyper 212+ is pretty good). Replace those and this thing can be overclocked and should run pretty well.



My worry is the PSU is not enough to support the CPU when it has heavy load.
 
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Originally Posted by Lukinrats View Post

http://www.asrock.com/MB/download.asp?Model=N68-VS3%20FX
That is the download page for your board. Make sure that a ll of your drivers are up to date before anything else.
After you update everything. Then clear your cmos, and update the bios

Just finished updating windows and downloading all of these drivers right now. About to install everything and then clear my cmos/update the bios. Thank you so much for the links and thanks to everyone who provided some input on my problem
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