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post #41 of 84
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Yeah you got the Enhance Electronics GX model

Sory its still not very good
Tell me dude, what should I do. F*cking new PC , and this problem happening. Should I take it to the shop or should wait for the next restart to happen. ?
post #42 of 84
How about if you ask to replace the PSU with a better one? A better one does not always equal more expensive.

750w is too much for your set up anyway, unless you're running high end crossfire which I'm not seeing in your description (single 7950). Go with a 550 watt PSU or thereabouts for better efficiency and plenty of power. You could even go lower if you don't plan to overclock.
   
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post #43 of 84
you could always open up "Event Viewer" in your start menu and see what it says in there.
post #44 of 84
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Piece of advice..psu is the heart and soul of the system...gotta make sure you buy the most reliable one, such as corsair, seasonic, rosewill....thumb.gif
Rosewill not available in my Country, so I guess I have to go with Corsair or Seasonic.
post #45 of 84
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Rosewill not available in my Country, so I guess I have to go with Corsair or Seasonic.
they will not exchange with other models like CM 550W or CM 750W, they will exchange with the same model that I am using Like CM GX 650 W., or there is another way that I to buy another PSU just to test whether its a PSU problem or not. I am just fedup and clueless.
post #46 of 84
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How about if you ask to replace the PSU with a better one? A better one does not always equal more expensive.

750w is too much for your set up anyway, unless you're running high end crossfire which I'm not seeing in your description (single 7950). Go with a 550 watt PSU or thereabouts for better efficiency and plenty of power. You could even go lower if you don't plan to overclock.

they will not exchange with other models like CM 550W or CM 750W, they will exchange with the same model that I am using Like CM GX 650 W., or there is another way that I to buy another PSU just to test whether its a PSU problem or not. I am just fedup and clueless.
post #47 of 84
maybe they won't exchange it straight up, but maybe you can pay the difference in the price?
post #48 of 84
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maybe they won't exchange it straight up, but maybe you can pay the difference in the price?
There is hardly any chance, but yeah for sure, I will give it a try/
post #49 of 84
i would for sure get them to diagnose it at least and figure out why it's happening.
Otherwise I'd never deal with them again, very unprofessional.
post #50 of 84
You dont need more then 550 watts MAX and there are other good models the ones from Corsair / Seasonic

Where are you from?

Last as a note to everyone do NOT recommend brands its never good advice recommend models not brands even i make that mistake sometimes
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