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hey everybody

my computer recently been freezing up loads i have some idea that its overheating as my processor is running about 80% now and its clock at stock and its 67 8-) maybe get watercooling?

but will it just freeze up from this?!?! or maybe somthing else as well?

what you think

Anjokid
post #2 of 12
67c shouldn't make it lock up. I sometimes run at 92c on a bad day and don't lock up (I know this is on an Intel, but if you want AMD comparisons I had mine up to the low 70's too)
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hmmm i am thinking its the overheating and the GPU2 client on my GFX card combination but i am thinking of going for some budget water cooling...

thinking maybe

http://www.scan.co.uk/Product.aspx?WebProductId=700893
post #4 of 12
From my experience, if something is overheating the pc will usually restart instead of freezing.

Did you recently add hardware?

I noticed you have a 450 watt psu, it could be possible that your components aren't getting enough power as well.
    
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the extra hard drive... recently, and yep i have gone over to 520W 8-)

any ideas on a cheapish yet good PSU looking around 700W+ for when i go quad core
Edited by anjokid - 7/6/08 at 2:27pm
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I wouldnt recommend a cheap PSU as it is the basic life source for all your components and therefore needs to be good quality, Anything from Silverstone/PC P&C/Ultra etc... should be good.

What voltage are you running your RAM at?
    
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I wouldnt recommend a cheap PSU as it is the basic life source for all your components and therefore needs to be good quality, Anything from Silverstone/PC P&C/Ultra etc... should be good.

What voltage are you running your RAM at?
well i am going to go for a good PSU just i want it to be as cheap as possible been looking at Silverstone, NorthQ and corsair PSU. Ram running stock voltage...

how about these:

http://www.scan.co.uk/Product.aspx?WebProductId=832516

http://www.scan.co.uk/Product.aspx?WebProductId=684732
Edited by anjokid - 7/6/08 at 2:45pm
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The Corsair TX750 would do the job, or the Corsair HX620 too, the HX is modular and puts out 54amps across 3 12v rails, whereas the TX isn't modular and puts out 60amps on a single 12v rail.

I have the HX620 in my sig rig, and I've just ordered the TX750 for a new build, take your pick
Edited by Arch@ngel - 7/6/08 at 3:04pm
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Arch@ngel View Post
The Corsair TX750 would do the job, or the Corsair HX620 too, the TX is modular and puts out 54amps across 3 12v rails, whereas the HX isn't modular and puts out 60amps on a single 12v rail.

I have the HX620 in my sig rig, and I've just ordered the TX750 for a new build, take your pick
the HX is modular, TX is not.
    
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Between the two, I'd have to agree with going for the Corsair.... they're really very good PSU's. I have both an HX620 and a VX550.
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