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post #21 of 58
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Originally Posted by PwndN00b View Post

revert back to the previous AMD vid drivers, beta drivers are beta for a reason.
you are right but it started yesterday and yesterday i was using prev. driver
post #22 of 58
wasting time with all that, unless you like doing it for fun....
it's your power supply.

swap it out.
post #23 of 58
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Originally Posted by malmental View Post

wasting time with all that, unless you like doing it for fun....
it's your power supply.

swap it out.
how can you be sure like that....dude its about 200$ i cant change it just for a hunch
by the way when i try to test the gpu with furmark or msi kombustor about 10-15 seconds later screen became blanc black and crashes.
post #24 of 58
You could try assigning the GPU more power in the CCC, add say 8% and run the test again, could help. Personally I think its more likly to be a GPU related issue than a psu problem.
Edited by Rushua - 3/4/13 at 7:19am
post #25 of 58
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Originally Posted by malmental View Post

wasting time with all that, unless you like doing it for fun....
it's your power supply.

swap it out.
how can you be sure like that....dude its about 200$ i cant change it just for a hunch
by the way when i try to test the gpu with furmark or msi kombustor about 10-15 seconds later screen became blanc black and crashes.
if $200 was paid for that PSU then someone got played a fool....
no way that PSU is worth that much..
and a good Corsair is about $100 can run what you have..
post #26 of 58
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if $200 was paid for that PSU then someone got played a fool....
no way that PSU is worth that much..
and a good Corsair is about $100 can run what you have..
My HX 850 costed around 150-160 in 2011 till this day never failed
post #27 of 58
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malmetal i dont know where are you living but in turkey 1000 watt psu is like that price.and little bit respect man thx anyway
post #28 of 58
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Originally Posted by medjai07 View Post

malmetal i dont know where are you living but in turkey 1000 watt psu is like that price.and little bit respect man thx anyway
I suggest go for corsair smile.gif
post #29 of 58
There's really only one good way to find out the problem if you're on a budget and don't have spare "test parts". Go to best buy or any store heavy in pc hardware that allows a 30 day return, no questions asked. Basically buy your PC all over again, buy new RAM, PSU, GPU ect...Now you can play the elimination game. Swap parts into your machine one by one and see when the problem stops. If the problem continues even after you've replaced every "connectable" part. Then it's the motherboard. Now you can return the pieces back to the store for a full refund and RMA your defective part(s)

This is how I've solved mine, and numerous friends PC issues.
post #30 of 58
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rushua iam at work now when i go home i am gonna try it.and write the resut.

ad556 i wanna rely on my psu its just 9 or 10 months old but thx for advice believe me if something wrong qithmy psu iam gonna buy corsair
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