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600watt is more than enough to run ur phenom.
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Thanks, What is your suggestion for a good psu. Here is the link from where i intend to buy.
http://www.eshopcy.com.cy/PER_psu.phtml

Sorry, my apology to thread owner for being off topic
Sweet, I'd go with the Corsair that is listed on that page. Here is a review on the HX520 from jonnyguru.com: http://www.jonnyguru.com/modules.php...=Story&reid=18

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Originally Posted by SupahSpankeh View Post
Yeah, I've got an old 3800+ dual core. Problem is, if I swap that back in and it's fine, it could still be a PSU issue (not good enough current/voltage/whatever to run a phenom) or a CPU issue (the phenom is faulty again).

From looking at the AMD forums I'm not the only one with this issue, however I am the only one who still has it after an RMA.

Oh, and it failed prime95 last night on a blend. 3 minutes, 2 workthreads.
SupahSpankeh, I'd throw in that 3800+ and test it out anyways. Just for testing purposes I would go for it. If it fails too then perhaps your Phenom is not at fault. Is your Phenom at stock settings at this moment? I'm a little curious to why P95 failed if it's at stock. Did you manually set the multipliers and HTT in your BIOS?

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OKis - I'm going to try a new PSU before I play around with the 3800. Reason being that removing a TRUE heatsink is a bit more hassle than what I have planned

I'm on good terms with an etailer - CCLonline. Frankly their tech support have been frickin awesome and have pointed out that if I order a PSU and return it in a resaleable condition within 7 days they'll give me a full refund. Can't praise these guys enough, they really are the most helpful tech support/sales people I've ever dealt with.

Anyway, I've got a budget of £90 (a little more won't mean the end of the world) and I'd like to choose a PSU from:

http://www.cclonline.com/product-lis...cpage=1&mode=s

or

http://www.cclonline.com/product-lis...e=s&perpage=99

So, what do you guys think? Ideally I'd like it to:

* Support a 4870
* Support a Phenom
* Support 3 SATA II drives
* Be able to support another 4870 should the money become available

Now, I'm not sure if modular supplies have issues with cabling voltage/charge/whatever but it'd sure help tidy up my case. I can cope without it but it'd be a nice bonus. I'm not sure if single or multi rail is the best for my current rig. Thoughts?

I intend to overclock the living crap out of the Phenom once I can get the damned thing stable, so nice clean current would be good.

Which one would you recommend? I was looking at the CoolerMaster PSU. Can it support a pair of 4870s while driving a Phenom? Is the voltage etc. nice and clean on it or do the modular connections mess it all up?

Hmm. Will 4870 require an 8 pin PCI-E?

http://www.cclonline.com/product-inf...rs-700-asaa-a1
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ok - I didnt have time to read all the comments spankah (sry).

But here's what you need to do right now.
TEST EVERY OTHER GAME THAT YOU HAVE.

Thoroughly!

If you can ensure that the machine handles EVERY other game - on the max settings possible, and does so for hours (or an hour) - then that would suggest that there is an incompatibility with your Machine and that game.
There may very well Be a driver solution for this out there ; our friend above there said he's both seen and experienced this many times before, so its definatly possibility.

Tis up for us now to test out your system (And prove the suspected).
If I can get internet access again soon - I'll look around for a fix.
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Originally Posted by SupahSpankeh View Post
Anyway, I've got a budget of £90 (a little more won't mean the end of the world) and I'd like to choose a PSU from:

http://www.cclonline.com/product-lis...cpage=1&mode=s

or

http://www.cclonline.com/product-lis...e=s&perpage=99

So, what do you guys think? Ideally I'd like it to:

* Support a 4870
* Support a Phenom
* Support 3 SATA II drives
* Be able to support another 4870 should the money become available

Now, I'm not sure if modular supplies have issues with cabling voltage/charge/whatever but it'd sure help tidy up my case. I can cope without it but it'd be a nice bonus. I'm not sure if single or multi rail is the best for my current rig. Thoughts?

I intend to overclock the living crap out of the Phenom once I can get the damned thing stable, so nice clean current would be good.

Which one would you recommend? I was looking at the CoolerMaster PSU. Can it support a pair of 4870s while driving a Phenom? Is the voltage etc. nice and clean on it or do the modular connections mess it all up?

Hmm. Will 4870 require an 8 pin PCI-E?

http://www.cclonline.com/product-inf...rs-700-asaa-a1
SupahSpankeh, a single rail can actually perform better then a PSU with multiple rails. Go here for more details: http://www.pcpower.com/technology/myths/#m8. Hopefully that answers your question.

I believe the 4870 will have dual 6-pin power connectors. In your case I'd probably go with the first link that advertises the Season M12 700W PSU. Should provide plenty of power for dual 4870's.

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Sweet, I'd go with the Corsair that is listed on that page. Here is a review on the HX520 from jonnyguru.com: http://www.jonnyguru.com/modules.php...=Story&reid=18



SupahSpankeh, I'd throw in that 3800+ and test it out anyways. Just for testing purposes I would go for it. If it fails too then perhaps your Phenom is not at fault. Is your Phenom at stock settings at this moment? I'm a little curious to why P95 failed if it's at stock. Did you manually set the multipliers and HTT in your BIOS?

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Point of interest - Prime95 will pass "Small FTTs" but fails on blend/large FTTs. Think this might point at incompatible RAM?
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Ladies and gennelmen, we have a breaththrough.

Just swapped out my RAM for some old DDR2 800MHz stuff. Ran OCCT for 2 hours with a "mix" test. Looks like it almost certainly isn't a PSU/CPU whatever issue, and after all that fuss too!

the old RAM passed memtest but failed with OCCT/Prime95. The reason I retested the RAM was because I was able to run the CPU-only Prime95 without any issues at all.

Would you think that the Kingston HyperX ram I got is incompatible or faulty? It's known as KHX8500D2K2/2G (x2). Can't find it on the "approved" list. Read something about the second or first channel on some Asus mobos being inoperable a while back.

Any more thoughts? Can still order and return if needed the PSU on Tuesday, but after this I'm not so sure it's necessary.

EDIT: Hmm, reading this http://www.amd.com/us-en/Processors/...E15363,00.html it seems that it's only supposed to run with memory at 1.8v. I had mine set to 2.2v as per the Kingston tech specs. The old RAM is 800MHz (naturally) so I wonder if it's the RAM voltage that's screwing with stuff?
Edited by SupahSpankeh - 6/22/08 at 3:01am
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The PSU is the FX600-GLN. Phenom capable do you think?
Upon reading through your system, 8800GTS (149W) and a 9850 (150W?)
3 hard drives and 1066 memory

I wouldn't step up to less than a 700W supply, with my current setup I was getting bluescreens with a 650W supply.

I was always led to believe that you needed a buffer of at least 50-100 Watts, may be a load of rubbish, may not be.
(somebody please pull me up on this, right or wrong regardless?)
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I missed he was running an 8800

that coupled with a phenom.... err..

well - you'd do best with some good rails!

I still wont vouch that as definatly being the issue though.
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