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That psu is sorta like a bomb just waiting for an excuse to detonate , could be part of the problem with the throttling too. Ideally a new psu and motherboard would be my suggestion. In light of CS:GO's ability to use threads however, you may be able to run it as an X6 while you wait for a good deal on a mobo or psu. HAve you tried disabling 2 cores?

I have the game but it spits out such a high framerate on my AMD rig that I never bothered to see how well it threads. Have you tested it? Btw it really seems to love GCN.


http://www.computerbase.de/2015-07/grafikkarten-benchmarks-cs-go-dota-2-lol-wot-wow-ultra-hd/
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That psu is sorta like a bomb just waiting for an excuse to detonate , could be part of the problem with the throttling too. Ideally a new psu and motherboard would be my suggestion. In light of CS:GO's ability to use threads however, you may be able to run it as an X6 while you wait for a good deal on a mobo or psu. HAve you tried disabling 2 cores?

I've had four of those power supplies, killed them all, 650' two of the 750 and 850 watt. They can not handle high power drains, one went whilst prime testing one went whilst using aida stress test, and the 850w went IBT AVX testing, they are crap, get another now !

http://www.cclonline.com/product/42160/PC-850AUBA-M/Power-Supplies/Powercool-850W-High-Efficiency-Modular-Power-Supply/PSU1190/

Just say no..
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That psu is sorta like a bomb just waiting for an excuse to detonate , could be part of the problem with the throttling too. Ideally a new psu and motherboard would be my suggestion. In light of CS:GO's ability to use threads however, you may be able to run it as an X6 while you wait for a good deal on a mobo or psu. HAve you tried disabling 2 cores?

I have the game but it spits out such a high framerate on my AMD rig that I never bothered to see how well it threads. Have you tested it? Btw it really seems to love GCN.


http://www.computerbase.de/2015-07/grafikkarten-benchmarks-cs-go-dota-2-lol-wot-wow-ultra-hd/

Not much of a pull on the DC chip at 4.9 ghz
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That psu is sorta like a bomb just waiting for an excuse to detonate , could be part of the problem with the throttling too. Ideally a new psu and motherboard would be my suggestion. In light of CS:GO's ability to use threads however, you may be able to run it as an X6 while you wait for a good deal on a mobo or psu. HAve you tried disabling 2 cores?

I have the game but it spits out such a high framerate on my AMD rig that I never bothered to see how well it threads. Have you tested it? Btw it really seems to love GCN.


http://www.computerbase.de/2015-07/grafikkarten-benchmarks-cs-go-dota-2-lol-wot-wow-ultra-hd/

Not much of a pull on the DC chip at 4.9 ghz

It's the Source engine still. It may have been murder on Core2Duos and 8800s, but we're far beyond that these days.

Bomb or not, I have a hard time seeing even a crappy 650w not being able to push an 8320 at full stock. It only has one rail, and he doesn't exactly have a 290X behind it, his whole system should sit under 250-300w. The 78LMT was a legit bottleneck and always has been for higher power delivery, but even if the PSU is bad he should still only be using it to "half" capacity.
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That psu is sorta like a bomb just waiting for an excuse to detonate , could be part of the problem with the throttling too. Ideally a new psu and motherboard would be my suggestion. In light of CS:GO's ability to use threads however, you may be able to run it as an X6 while you wait for a good deal on a mobo or psu. HAve you tried disabling 2 cores?
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Not much of a pull on the DC chip at 4.9 ghz

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brand but 650W, check it out on amazon: x-viper powercool 650W and i dont think im planning to overclock, basically all i want is stable fps on csgo and games

Don't use this PSU with good hardware. PSU is the only component in your PC that can take out all the other hardware with it.

I'm with Cssorkinman on this one. It's a fire hazardous explosion waiting to set your desk ablaze with flaming badness and that's that.

However, you can find a brand new Corsair 600w Bronze certified PSU on newegg for 44$ with a 20$ rebate.

additional comment:

I'd shut it down to 4 cores if really worried about it. CSGO only uses 2 cores at best. (would really cut down on heat and power consumption)


Edited by ShrimpBrime - 8/23/15 at 5:11pm
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Well, the vischera isn't in it and the article is old but I thought you guys would appreciate this real CPU shootout it's pure gold tongue.gif
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Well, the vischera isn't in it and the article is old but I thought you guys would appreciate this real CPU shootout it's pure gold tongue.gif

Man that 7.62x39 is no joke.

We used to literally cut down trees with my brother's AK-47..... powerful stuff.

Cool article! tongue.gif
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a ****ty brand but 650W, check it out on amazon: x-viper powercool 650W and i dont think im planning to overclock, basically all i want is stable fps on csgo and games smile.gif

I tried a 700 watt with a 960T and 4 HD6770s. I was running the 960T at 3.9Ghz on air. The power supply eventually failed. I have had good luck with Antec Neo 550 purchased in 2008 amd still running a OC'd 6 core Thuban and a GTX 460. Sold that to my bro in-law. Still in use. Visiontek, XFX, Cougar and EVGA are good as far as my purchase experience goes. I used a 500 wall EVGA To run a OC'd 960T and a 7790. I sold that to someone that just wanted a good Linux box. That was a 2010 build. The old ladys box is a 4.6 Ghz 8350 running on air with a GTX 690 powered by a VisionTek !000 watt That was my 2012 build. Latest is a 9590 with a Cougar 1000 watt, two HIS 285 video cards. I Iearned you can get by with with cheaper power but not for long. Power supplies age over time and it is a good idea to get 15-20 % more watts than you need. As for rails if PWR supply has 4 rails for Pci-e rated at 25 amps, those rails would provide 1200 watts. As far as that goes, I don't care whether it a single rail or multi rail. Multi rails may be better. If a plug in card faults to ground or maybe not. That depends on the fault detection trigger circuit and response time. A VR on my 7870 faulted and that took out my Sabertooth R.1. I was using a single rail when that happened. My latest using worst case loads.2 x 285 max watts 400 total, 9590 240 watts (I am guessing here, had it up tp 5.2 Ghz) motherboard 100 watts, fans, drives, ram and pump 50 watts 400 + 240 +100 + 50 = 700 watts. If you get a 80% efficient PWR supply add 140 watts 700 + 140 = 840 add 20% for ageing and you are at 1000-1050 watts. Your can get by for a while with 80 plus or less efficient power. The more efficient a supply is is, less heat it has to deal with and means the components in the supply will last longer.
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Hi thanks for your replies, but I've has the PSU for quite some time now and it works fine I think like over a year. I ll leave the PSU for the moment as I don't oc, neither play big gpu /cpu consumption games/apps. So I ll leave it for now and see how it goes with new mobo, but for now which 1 do you recommend between these ??
all same price after bids, but don't know what to choose
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Hi thanks for your replies, but I've has the PSU for quite some time now and it works fine I think like over a year. I ll leave the PSU for the moment as I don't oc, neither play big gpu /cpu consumption games/apps. So I ll leave it for now and see how it goes with new mobo, but for now which 1 do you recommend between these ??
all same price after bids, but don't know what to choose

I would go for the gigabyte, both the sabertooth and UD3 are great boards but I have found my ASUS boards seem to be very picky with RAM, I had to try several different speed/latency settings and swapping the ram sticks around to get it my Chrosshair V Formula-Z and a friends Sabertooth to even boot (however it may be the chip-set so not to say the gigabyte could have the same issue). The UD3 looks better but the Sabertooth has 5 years warranty over the 3 years for the UD3, It's much of a muchness between these boards, they should all be good so it's really up to your preference
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