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post #31 of 68
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I had those all problems with my last PSU , never had any with that new one. Bought that psu 1-2 Months ago, and the blue screens disapeared
post #32 of 68
just need a better cpu cooler like even a Cooler Master 212 and a better thermal paste. you got to keep things cool. much like server farms are found inside air-conditioned rooms.wink.gif
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post #33 of 68
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My CPU cooler is fine, and i have 4 extra fans, problem with heating lies in the thermal paste, but again temperature is not a problem for me right now. I'm going to fix it when changing the PSU. Problem is how bad my computer is performing
post #34 of 68
if you are serious about getting assistance, you should go to your user profile page and fill out your rig builder specs so people can see what parts you are working with.

Also, I saw it asked earlier but no response, are you using 32bit or 64bit OS?
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post #35 of 68
Yes the Thermalright CPU cooler is just fine, nice beast smile.gif

I am with many others on here tried looking up your PSU and could not find any reviews, it is likely a re-badged cheapy, which may not be able to handle even half of the rated wattage.

on that note, From the spec you posted you should be fine with any power supply 400w+ that is decent

Think the new coolermasters, seasonic etc etc. if Shilka is about he can help too.
Don't go mad on the wattage unless you intend to put in multiple GPU's and overclock, otherwise all that 80+ efficiency is wasted and can actually have a detrimental effect.

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post #36 of 68
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Mtbiker, i did responce you 64bit, and il fill the builder
Baker, i was going to put another 760 in the summer, im considering buying this http://www.game-debate.com/psu/index.php?ps_id=272
post #37 of 68
First of all, lets get to that power supply.

You got that 900w PSU for 50€ (as i have seen from other thread where you asked about it), and just so you know mine 520w cost 100€, thats how good is your supply - not much, and most of the information on it is most probably fake.

No reviews online for that PSU, an if it were anything good i'm pretty sure there would be something somewhere.

I have run PCs on cheap power supplies and dont think you should pay a lot for power supply, but all those PCs weren't so "high end" as yours, and when getting components like those you really shouldn't go saving money on PSU.

If the PSU is giving your components wrong voltage/amperage it could explain some of your problems.
Your CPU could be overheating because it is getting too much power.
Your GPU could give you BSOD and driver crash if it is not getting enough power for example.
There could be a lot of things all related to PSU.

The thing not explained by PSU is high memory usage.
Maybe you installed windows downloaded via torrent which has a virus, or is tempered in some way to cause that if your usage is 50% after fresh installation.

Also did you by any chance install some software for automatic tuning of hardware from windows?
Maybe some of asus tools you got on a dvd with motherboard, or you downloaded some from the internet.
If so that could also be a factor in your issues.

Also your computer "as is" is great, and if you use only up to 1920x1080 resolution it should run almost any game on maximum details with good performance, there is no need for additional gtx760.

After you fill out your rig it will definitely be a lot easier for people to help you, so do that.

Also is there anybody you know who has a good power supply and can borrow it to you so you can test and confirm if it is the issue.

There isn't much we can do until you eliminate power supply as a cause of problems.
And give people more details on what exactly did you do to your pc.
Is it overclocked, is it overclocked from bios or via win software.
is 50% memory usage after new windows installation or after some time of using pc.
more details you give better help you will get.
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post #38 of 68
ok lets first deal with the power consumption of your rig

the Geforce 760 is a 170W card LINK
the processor as you know is 125W

so with 2x 760's and your cpu you will be chewing through 465W from a PSU and that's under load!!!, add your motherboard and drives and you will struggle to top out a 550W supply
to err on the side of caution grab 600-650W if that makes you feel more comfortable, anything more would be overkill and possibly even a bad idea, I am currently wondering if I am doing any good having a 700W supply in my single GPU rig (see sig.)

so lets say you want a 650W supply, THIS OCN LINK is a great thread for looking into PSU's,

you can also check out the guru's site LINK doesn't do as many reviews, but they do test them thoroughly.

Again Corsair, Coolermaster, Seasonic, Enermax, SuperFlower.... the list goes on, great PSU suppliers, who (quite often) use the same OEM who actually build it, (for example Seasonic is also an OEM and the Coolermaster V700 is a seasonic PSU)

Chieftec have made supplies for years and there are some great one's, I would check out how it fares in an enthusiast rig, as they build a lot for servers, so are designed for 24/7 usage.
    
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post #39 of 68
For the memory problem, open task manager, then on the performance tab there should be an option that says resource monitor, the memory tab will show you which processes are using all the memory. By default programs at the top of the list are using the most memory.
post #40 of 68
For the memory thing, check what's actually running at startup.

You can disable many unecessary programs from running at boot using the "startup" tab in the msconfig menu
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