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http://www.xoxide.com/ultra-x-connect2-uvblue.html this the psu you have?
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This is the pin-out for a 24pin psu connector. but hearing your 12v went down to 9 that sounds like a huge issue.. it should never go below 10.5 for any reason and normally you don't want it to go below 11.2v if i remember correctly. for the psu it should be listed on the side of it, if not then try to find a model number or post me a pic of the fan side and i will see what i can come up with on it, but will have to be a good pic to see the internals/fan and stuff.

another suggestion would be to run the stress test again, and this time have your multimeter connected to the 12v and watch it.. see what the lowest reading is before it shuts down..
The drop to 9 happend only to fraction of a second, might be a reading anomaly, not long enought to really say its real.. I barely noticed it with my eyes.
After the reset, I couldnt see any drops below 12,but I didnt watch the multimeter without blinking

I tried verifying which one is it - lol there are 2 sides which are covered by the case, I cant access them without removing the whole thing.
It is a deep metallic, reflective blue.
The cables are kinda white-grey covered as you see in my picture attached in the other post.
Its NOT modular!


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No, but I just looked at gmail from my old recipt for shipment - the guy wrote:
1ULTRAUltra 600 Watt Power Supply (2lb)99.9999.99

And that was good price at the time, or I wouldnt have taken it.

I looked at that
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This is the pin-out for a 24pin psu connector. but hearing your 12v went down to 9 that sounds like a huge issue.. it should never go below 10.5 for any reason and normally you don't want it to go below 11.2v if i remember correctly
The pins are in 2 rows - how do I know which row? and then which number of pin to test?
Also this would only help determine 3.3voltage, not the VCORe and VDIMM.

I am pretty tired I will watch for short spikes beyond 11.2 tomorrow.
Are you sure drops that last no longer than a blink of an eye should not be ignored as bad reading, and actually indicate psu problem?
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The pins are in 2 rows - how do I know which row? and then which number of pin to test?
Also this would only help determine 3.3voltage, not the VCORe and VDIMM.

I am pretty tired I will watch for short spikes beyond 11.2 tomorrow.
Are you sure drops that last no longer than a blink of an eye should not be ignored as bad reading, and actually indicate psu problem?
well the drops could be a bad connection, but i would test the voltage on the 12v and the 5v when under load to make sure they are staying in spec. anything below a certon value will cause instability in a system. also it could be the load it has on it. your running a 460, 140w quad core, h70 cooler{so pump and fans}, then you got to figure in your hard drive/'s, optical drives. it can all add up fast and if the psu is not strong enough then it will cause problems. also when doing the stress test feel the air coming out of you psu, see if it is getting kind of hot, that could be a good indicator on how much your drawing from it. could be thermal protection kicking in shutting you down.

on the left hand side of the page i linked to there is a pin out of the connector to your motherboard, it shows the locking clip on the bottom. and the pins 1-12 are on the opposite side from the locking clip and 13-24 are on the clip side.

as for the dimm and cpu core readings other than the bios hardware monitor i dont know how to tell you to read the true voltage.
Edited by The Fryer - 10/5/10 at 8:00pm
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Yes that is the one not sure now whether its 550w or 600 like recipt says though...
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http://mail.ultraproducts.com/produc...&productID=389

going just by your gfx cards requirements you are overloading your psu. thats not counting the other stuff in your system.


System Requirements
Minimum 450W or greater system power supply(with a minimum 12V current rating of 24A)

the psu is rated 18A an 20A on the two 12v rails, and that's if you have the 600w. i really would suggest a higher rated psu.
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Thanx to all members of ASUS M2N-SLI and M2N32-SLI Club! i was able to successfully install and run run A AMD Phenom II X4 945 on my M2N32-SLI DELUXE(5002). Guys in Asus forums are having all kind of problem using this combination. All i did was follow u guys instructions.

http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=1421085

I cleared the CMOS (Pull battery and move jumper to pins 2-3 for 30 seconds,replace jumper to pins 1-2, reinstall battery.) installed it, set my ram to Ganged Mode, RAM to 667, Enabled Cool'n'Quit, used a ps2 keyboard. Thats all guys am on a quad core on stock speeds from my good old 4400+

I some questions though

My cpu peeks to 60c on prime95 (1 hour) A good gaming of Mafia2 got it to 55 idling @ 34 seems like ok rite ??

Should i change my ram mode to Unganged because my two 2GB DDR2 having different stock speeds one DDR2-667 and another DDR2-800. ??

My HT link @ 1010 am i missing something?


Once again thanks guys for all your help i owe u guys
Edited by anand_unni - 10/5/10 at 10:13pm
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Welcome anand_unni.

Glad we could help.

Your temps are close to the limit (in prime) but still ok (63c is the limit).They are a little better in Mafia2.

What cpu cooler are you using?

I would run the ram unganged.

And I would try to get another stick of the same kingston 800mhz ram to replace the 667mhz.

And the HT @ 1010 is just fine.

Good luck

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Welcome anand_unni.


What cpu cooler are you using?

I would run the ram unganged.

And I would try to get another stick of the same kingston 800mhz ram to replace the 667mhz.


Gyro
Thanks Gyro

I am using stock Heat sink and fan, mmm unganged i am going to try that

y i know about my memory that 667 was not purchased by me it was a donation; a friend gone DDR3 so i was thinking until i ran into problems lets go with 667 with 800, So far good .
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Hey Carmageddon spikes in power can cause your system to lock up, BSOD or reboot. Your PSU should never go under the minimal PC industries standard of 11.xx for system stability. I don't recal what the standard is but you can google it. Google it for all 3 rails 12v, 5v & 3.3v or 3v

If your putting your system under a load and the PSU dips below the industry standard even for a fraction of a second would indicate to me it is most likely going bad. You can shop around for a decent used PSU on ebay. Look for a new or even a lightly used Corsair HX850 HX750 for a steal of a deal you can not pass on. I got a few used HX620's on ebay for less than $80 ea back when they were selling for $140.00 0.02¢

Keep in mind when overclocking a system we are drawing more power and this is useually when a weak power supply craps out.
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