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Maybe post a link to the store you plan on getting your psu from. Someone here might be able to help you spot a good deal then.

Other thing, are you cleaning and replacing the thermal paste off your cooler when remounting?

Do you access to another computer to test some of your parts?

Hope you can get this fixed soon. There is nothing worse than having a computer that can't be relied on.
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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.
OP, this would be your best option.
I have a Corsair HX650 which is a rebranded Seasonic with excellent reviews, but it only has two 6+2 pin PCIe connectors (you would need to buy an 8-pin to dual 6-pin adaptor for each GPU).
This PSU is a great choice, but if you don't care for a semi-modular PSU then go for this one.
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There you go Walinen, lots of great advice from everyone on here.
just a little note to add re: the memory issue.

one problem with a bad power supply, or even bad ram is the reading and writing of bad data to both ram and or the hard disks.

The ram may be good and the PSU being bad causes bad read/writes
The ram may be bad causing issues at certain addresses, which is why sometimes the system seems ok.

Both may be bad, but it is best to sort out one thing at a time, have you tried running memtest on your ram? Type mem at the start menu and select windows memory diagnostic (I might be repeating someone actually) let it run through, it should create a log that it wants to display once rebooted.

so trek back through the posts and try out all the advice smile.gif and good luck thumb.gif
    
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I have made couple threads here about how bad my computer is working

My last conclusion now is just my CPU is just too bad to run games at high-ultra or even some on medium, and i don't mean new games. But some games like Most Wanted was bad, and some games work well like titanfall. My computer has costed 1,100e give or take. I can run World of Wacraft at high settings. I dont really want to spend more money on PC but im strongly thinking buying hole new motherboard and Intel processor. My experiance with this computer has been nightmare overall, had more than 6 Bsods in 1 day, my computer is temperature is way too high, even i have 4 extra coolers, and my ram usage is always over 50%. My rammap is using 35% unknown recourses alltime, reinstalled my windows but didnt help, no viruses.

I work as IT-expert / computer sience or what you call it in english, anyway im deffinetly not bad with computers, this isnt my first computer iv build but deffinetly will be the last! maybe il change my carrieer to be a chief or start repair cars smile.gif . If you had time to read this, i thank you! hope anyone else has experiance like this!

Always been Computer fanboy, maybe i should buy a console and play Call of Duty with bloody tears on my eyes

My specs:
- GIGABYTE GTX760 2GB GDDR5
- ZALMAN Z9 U3 3x120MM FAN CONTROL
- AMD FX-8320 8-CORE 3.5G 16M AM3+ 125W
- ASUS M5A97 R2.0 AM3+
- Maxcube Arsenal 900W 80PLUS Silver ATX 2.3
- G.Skill Ripjaws X 8GB (2x4GB) 1600mhz
- Thermalright HR-02 Macho rev.a
- My harddrive isnt anything i should mention about, now when in typing this thread, im going to run harddrive check at home if its broken.


Hdd can cause blue screen

And windows 7 or 8 ?

8 is not compatible very well with some older game

your power supply is the strangest name i ever heard probably i time bomb before it catch on fire or blow everything...

If you want change it to something from corsair seasonic 650w is more than enough example
( Seasonic g-650 but they cost alot)

Cooling you have more than enough

Do your motherboard as heatsink on vrm? some version like the Le dont have them and can cause throttling shutdown

Run memtest for ram



oh and your cpu is more than enough i have the same with 2 less core ( Fx 6300 ) i play all my game maxed out smile.gif
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amd known to have issues with wow resulting in fps drop
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amd known to have issues with wow resulting in fps drop

this. if wow was the main target for your purchase you missed by a good margin.
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youown, I don't think English is op's first language, but from what I read, he is into programming/software rather than being a pc builder.

I see people skimming thread posts and not seeing the context, keep it helpful people thumb.gif
    
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I have an 8320 on that same mobo with a 770. I run wow on a 1440p at ultra settings. I keep the fps ticker up all the time. Lowest frames ive gotten is around 25 on real intense raid fights. Sitting in Stormwind it is always at 60. And this is all on a 1440p. Im gonna throw my vote into the PSU bucket. As an electrical engineer i know all to well what 0.5V error of voltage regulation can do to a system. You dont even have to get a top tier one, just get AT LEAST a tier 3 brand. Even a Corsair CX500 which is usually 30 bucks in the US would be better than that PSU. When i google it, literally nothing comes up. Thats not a good sign.
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Btw World of warcraft use 2 core and a bit of the 3 core.... so dont expect extreme performance from a 8 core rolleyes.gif
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If you have lost all hope of trying to make it work I will take the pc off your hands lol.

But seriously I am with the majority on this thread get a PSU that has good reviews and such.
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