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PSU to correct Gigabyte NX88T512-HP instability problem ?

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I was wondering if its possible to fix the Gigabyte NX88T512-HP instablity problem by cranking up the wattage/amp with a new power supply ... im tired of it not being able to run at factory (OC'd) settings thx in advance !
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460 watts should be enough to power the 8800GTS 512. I see however that there is two 18 amp lines for the 12 volt line. That's not that great. Getting a new power supply would be beneficial.
    
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Yea that thing only has a max of 26 amps on the 12v rail,get a good PSU.
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