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so i wont need any more than 500W for my system ?

Cheers
well 500 watts should do fine,but i think the thing you have to look for is Amp. output,you want a minimum of 26-30 on the rails.

the psu you liked to had 36,which will hold you just fine.





yea i wouldn't want to take the risk of havening the psu go out and taking a couple friends with it.

i just ordered a corsair hx650,should be here soon.

good luck.
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I'm using an Antec Earthwatts 500W with this board, a Q6600, 4 SATA HDDs, 1 IDE HDD, 1 IDE CD-ROM, and 3 Dual Tuner TV cards. I'm trying to get to 3.6Ghz, but over 3.285 is causing a reboot while stress testing. Do I need more for a power supply?
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well the earthwatt 500 is only pushing 34 amps on combined 12v,but since you have a low end graphic card,i dont think you need any more juice. (well unless your not talking about your sig. rig?)

i dunno much about the tv tuners though,they might be the power hogs?

why do you have 3?
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Yeah, I am talking about the one in my signature.

I have 3 tuner cards, but 6 tuners. It is my PVR for the entire house and we have 5 people in the house with very different tastes. Sometimes 6 isn't even enough.
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EDIT: By the way the Gigabyte Bios update now adds fractional multi's! I went from 9X multi to 8.5X and was able to break through my FSB wall.
I seem to have the latest BIOS (F8b), how do you type in decimals? I mean, how do you do this? Mine doesn't let me.
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Damn, turns out the motherboard is DOA.

Anyone here used the warranty, how fast are they to give me a new one?
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I seem to have the latest BIOS (F8b), how do you type in decimals? I mean, how do you do this? Mine doesn't let me.
I think its the setting called Fine Clock Ratio or something, the options are either 0.0 or +0.5, its either right above or right below the multiplier option.
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Damn, turns out the motherboard is DOA.

Anyone here used the warranty, how fast are they to give me a new one?
when my last gbyte died on me , it took them about 3 weeks once the recieved it and shipped it back to me ( you must pay to ship it there)
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Anyone in here attempt to overclock a q9300 yet?
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Well I broke through the barrier I had. I couldnt get my system to load windows no matter what I set the vcore at with 420x7.5 I checked the voltage rating for my Kingston HyperX 1066 and it said it needs 2.2. Noticed it said it was only getting 2.0 so I added .2 and now it boots no problem and is running prime fine as I type this. Kinda I weird I thought because I have yet to even hit the default speed of the ram.
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