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550W Silverstone

650W Silverstone

Both of those are Fully modular and Gold rated.
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Hard DriveHard DriveHard DriveHard Drive
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post #22 of 41
If I where u I would go for the 650 silverstone.
post #23 of 41
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Originally Posted by reapersakiller View Post

and u need to test the 290 on a different machine just rule that out. Do u have a motherboard tester? And how I the temps on that board? Also check to see if u have a hot spot on the board anywhere.

unfortunately, i don't have access to any other PC. i've been running BF4 for the last three days without any problem (crashes, black screens, etc.).
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Originally Posted by pokerapar88 View Post

THIS 100%, still, the Mobo could be busted too... need to discard the PSU by using another more potent one.

i am really not sure about this (see below).
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Originally Posted by reapersakiller View Post

and u need to test the 290 on a different machine just rule that out. Do u have a motherboard tester? And how I the temps on that board? Also check to see if u have a hot spot on the board anywhere.

what do you mean by a motherboard tester? the temps on the CPU is 50C and the GPU is 70C when i'm playing BF4.
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Yah if.. but nothing dead yet.. and I think his power supply is degrading. Thats why I was saying use a different power supply.
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Originally Posted by Erick Silver View Post

Seen alot of guys here say to get a higher wattage PSU and they are not wrong. THAT is your problem. Did your build on PCPartPicker and came up with 467W. LINK. You will need AT LEAST 500w. But personally I would shoot for a little more. 600w would not be too over kill.

yes, i got roughly the same Watts when i entered my build there ( link: http://pcpartpicker.com/p/32xEx ), but that is not set in stone and is just a rough estimate.
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Originally Posted by Erick Silver View Post

550W Silverstone

650W Silverstone

Both of those are Fully modular and Gold rated.

okay everybody...i really do appreciate your commenting and trying to help me. that is very kind of you. but it seems that you're ignoring my last post which mentioned that the system is running fine now after i made sure the RAM modules are properly seated and after i increased fan speeds. there is absolutely no overheating and i haven't had a single shutdown (or crash, or lock-up, etc.) for three days. i've been playing a lot of BF4 since then, and it's been a flawless experience.

i have not overclocked anything in my PC (290X is stock and i5-4670k is stock as well), and their max power consumption together barely reaches 400W (in fact, it's well below that). that leaves a lot of power for my mSATA SSD drive, a low-power 2.5" HDD drive, and two fans+one pump. i don't think the PSU is in trouble given that there is no overclocking involved here, nor do i think it is degrading (given that the Silverstone Gold SFX PSU is a very high quality one -- there are reviews online about that). i thought that my motherboard was damaged, but now that the operating temperature is lower, it's been working just fine (and i've stress tested it with Intel Burn Test and Heaven).

one other thing about the PSU is that this case is so unimaginably small that only SFX PSUs fit in it when one is using a long GPU (link: http://www.ncases.com/), so i can't fit any other PSU there.

again, thank you for all the help. i appreciate it.
post #24 of 41
Wait.. O.o ur on water and ur at 50c in game??? When im in game I hit 39c. But then again im running 240mm with 120mm in push and pull and a ddc pump
post #25 of 41
Im just trying to find a way to put a 360mm rad with my 240mm 120mm rad... but I want a small case that I can mod to fit 2 rads in it.
post #26 of 41
Thread Starter 
^ yes, i'm only using a small rad (Zalman LQ-310) with a single fan in push mode. i think it's doing a good job of cooling the CPU, although its bundled fan can get noisy under load.
post #27 of 41
U should try push and pull with some slim fan. They make some good slim fans. Mite drop ur temp by 4 to 10c
post #28 of 41
Thread Starter 
^ yes, i was thinking about the same thing. looking for one which is also quiet. do you know any?
post #29 of 41
Here brohttp://www.frozencpu.com/products/7558/fan-454/Yate_Loon_120mm_x_20mm_Slim_Fan_-_Medium_Speed_D12SM-12C.html. These are 20mm thick. Also can u upload a pics of ur rad. That way we know how much room u have.
PS. And i want to see ur sig. Lol I'm thinking of build something small.
post #30 of 41
Thread Starter 
i'm not sure if i have room for a 20mm fan. maybe a 12mm one would fit better (see pics in the link below).
my build pics are in this post: http://hardforum.com/showpost.php?p=1040648346&postcount=10594
Edited by darxider - 4/1/14 at 8:51pm
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