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It's certainly your power supply, so buy a new one.
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Originally Posted by Unrealfarcry View Post
yeh but my last board which was an aincent 975x baord, which had no support wot so ever got my cpu up to 3.8ghz at 1.42 volts.
This board its at 1.47 volts on the cpu, at3.53ghz with the same overclock, without changin the multiplier, so my cpu isnt at a limit, i just dont know much about this boardd. i just pushed it a bit harder, got the fsb to 282, any more and its not rock stable.
my north bridge is now at 1.76 volts, and for some reason it wont even post if i put it to 1.77 volts?
Is it possible that there is either more vdrop and/or vdroop that you had on the other motherboard? 460watts should be plenty for your setup. How many amps is there on the 12volt lines?
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Intel x25-m 80gB G2, Hitachi 1tB LG HL-DT-ST DVDRAM GSA-H10N Windows7 Ultimate 64bit 2x Samsung 2043NW 
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Corsair 750TX Antec Three Hundred Gamer 
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