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one dum question... wat is the diff with using a 20pin atx power and 24 pin one?
    
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ATX 1.x vs ATX 2.x

20 pin vs 24 pin, respectively.

The extra 4 pins is for the PCIe x16.

The GA-P35-DS3L has a 24 pin. If your PSU only has a 20 pin, you can usually just get an adapter for it.

Using an adapter puts a little extra strain on the PSU, and if you are going to be using a 8600GT, you may want to consider getting a more modern PSU. Especially with 2 SATA drives and even more so if you are going to be OCing.


It is always better to err on the side of too much power, than not enough.

It is a real pain to blow a PSU and have to replace with one you should have bought in the first place.

I am not sure what else you would like to know. I hope this helped.
Edited by MTC1 - 7/12/08 at 10:02am
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yeh that helped a lot.. i just havve the psu with a 20pin+4pin option.. wandering which one wil do good. now i noe!!
    
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i have random power failures only 15% of the time when i have a million things open and playing music. i know it's not the ddr voltage, could be the cpu voltage.. could it also be the NB voltage?
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i have random power failures only 15% of the time when i have a million things open and playing music. i know it's not the ddr voltage, could be the cpu voltage.. could it also be the NB voltage?
If you fsb is near 400, then you may need more mch voltage or fsb voltage. Try one, then the other, then both if neither works.
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If you fsb is near 400, then you may need more mch voltage or fsb voltage. Try one, then the other, then both if neither works.
thanks, FSB's at 375
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i have random power failures only 15% of the time when i have a million things open and playing music. i know it's not the ddr voltage, could be the cpu voltage.. could it also be the NB voltage?
Probably your psu.
Allied 400w
how many amps?
Did it come with your case?
No info found about amperage.
Is this your psu?
http://www.emaxasp.com/acsecom/detai...m=MG17400%2DP4

You need at least 22amps for a 8800GT and your psu is recommended for Pentium III, Pentium IV, and AMD?
Edited by kpo6969 - 7/12/08 at 11:45pm
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Probably your psu.
Allied 400w
how many amps?
Did it come with your case?
No info found about amperage.
Is this your psu?
http://www.emaxasp.com/acsecom/detai...m=MG17400%2DP4

You need at least 22amps for a 8800GT and your psu is recommended for Pentium III, Pentium IV, and AMD?
I've considered it a definite possibility, and thought the culprit was most likely my PSU from the start, but I was grasping for a loophole.

These reboots hardly occur and I play Crysis among many other games with never a problem. Only when my system is extremely flooded do I have even a chance of power failure, so actually considering that, I'm thinking it's the NB, FSB or CPU voltage.. my voltages are set manually. They don't much fluctuate.
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thanks, FSB's at 375
Try +.1 mch. I need that at 370fsb to make it stable.
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is this mobo compatable with the Q6600 (65mm cpu's)

i have the original and first version btw

if this has been asked before.. i am terribly sorry
    
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