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Hi i have a rosewill power supply unit 600w that i suspect is the problem...well anywayz my computer doesnt start loading windows right away..when i press the power supply everything is running..but the display gets no signal...im running a westinghouse 22' with a DVI cable..so i have to power it down and turn it on again...most of the time it loads on the second try...other times i haveto turn off the power supply completely and reset...you guys have any idea what the problem can be???
    
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like u said, im almost positive that your PSU is the problem, its gonna take a lot of power to run that kinda hardware lol
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any suggestions to a powersupply and wattage i shud get to run my stuff i saw this one on newegg http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16817341002
    
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seems to be a good one, imo, but im still kinda new to the whole OCing scene so dont trust me lol
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Originally Posted by dopebohy View Post
any suggestions to a powersupply and wattage i shud get to run my stuff i saw this one on newegg http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16817341002
You and I have a similar specs. Rosewell doesn't make good PSUs in the first place. My OCZ 600w is doing me fine.

If you go anywhere pass 600w, I would start looking into SilverStone and Power PC & Cooling PSU's. Though, that OCZ 700w looks good.
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