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Yes, the +12v ATX tolerance is ±5% (±0.60 V), so the reasonable values go from +11.40 V to +12.60 V

It could be a sensor error, but given the errors you posted, you could have either a dying PSU or a faulty motherboard with blown capacitors. Look for bulging capacitors on the motherboard.

It could be the hard drive failing or it could be a software problem. What is your Anti-virus ?

i used multimeter i use microsoft security essensial. hard drive dont show errors i used hdtune pro. and i checked capasitors all are fine

Can you borrow a PSU from a friend to test the rest of the system with ?

That PSU is old now (it's from 2008) and was nothing special even when it was new, it could very well be failing.
 
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Can you borrow a PSU from a friend to test the rest of the system with ?

That PSU is old now (it's from 2008) and was nothing special even when it was new, it could very well be failing.

my friend have corsair 430cx biggrin.gif and i dont know anyone who has 600+ psu smile.gif i was thinking to solder all 12v + together and then test
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Soldering a PSU?

+12v rails together all yellow ones
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+12v rails together all yellow ones

Is this just a guess or proven knowledge?! This can be VERY dangerous and
instead of a dead PSU we have a dead OCN member headscratch.gif

the 430W PSU from your friend is too weak for your 285 especially if its a low quality one so
until you tested it with a better PSU you still dont know..

and to your errors
Bug Check Code : 0x00000050 may be some antivir program.

may also be some driver file
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zFsyveslmtg

also could be some other problem.. this error code comes often.
still may be something PSU related, or ram?

Dude you really need to find a way to check all components in your rig or youll never find out.
Edited by smex - 3/4/14 at 12:16pm
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Can you borrow a PSU from a friend to test the rest of the system with ?

That PSU is old now (it's from 2008) and was nothing special even when it was new, it could very well be failing.

my friend have corsair 430cx biggrin.gif and i dont know anyone who has 600+ psu smile.gif i was thinking to solder all 12v + together and then test

You have already tested your motherboard without the GTX 285, using the integrated graphics, so do that with the Corsair CX 430, it's more than up to it.

I wouldn't advise you to mess around with the PSU's innards unless you know exactly what you are doing. It's not worth the risk, and I'd say the effort. You can get a good quality XFX Core 550w 80 Plus Bronze that will be able to handle even the GTX 285.

Take a methodical approach to it. Test the system with your friends PSU with integrated graphics, see if the system keeps reporting errors and then we'll go on from there.
Edited by tpi2007 - 3/4/14 at 7:36pm
 
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post #77 of 78
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You have already tested your motherboard without the GTX 285, using the integrated graphics, so do that with the Corsair CX 430, it's more than up to it.

I wouldn't advise you to mess around with the PSU's innards unless you know exactly what you are doing. It's not worth the risk, and I'd say the effort. You can get a good quality XFX Core 550w 80 Plus Bronze that will be able to handle even the GTX 285.

Take a methodical approach to it. Test the system with your friends PSU with integrated graphics, see if the system keeps reporting errors and then we'll go on from there.

is corsair better than XFX ?
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Brand names are unfortunately useless for power supplies, you'll need to look up the OEM. however if its a PSU, OCN has a recommended list

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