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Fan wise, what kind if fan are you looking for? Noisy/High CFM fans or Quiet/Silent fans?
Fans that are better then what I have.

Noise isn't too big of an issue as the PC is in my den with a 150g and 29g aquarium, so I never hear my PC over the pumps and other equipment.
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Fans that are better then what I have.

Noise isn't too big of an issue as the PC is in my den with a 150g and 29g aquarium, so I never hear my PC over the pumps and other equipment.
Well then, theres high speed Ultra kazes that spin at upto 3000 RPM, theres San Ace's that are Highly recommended, theres Scythe Gentle Typhoon's that are also highly recommended but are abit quiter. Theres tons and tons of different purposes. Yate Loon's are also quite good from what i've heard.

Of the lot, look at the San Ace's, they are very good if you dont mind the noise.
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Excellent, thank you
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Excellent, thank you
No problem. As i see your in the US, take a look here, they have a good selection, may also be worth looking on Newegg and shopping around.
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The power supply was recently upgraded about a week ago from 500w to 600w. The psu is 100% brand new from Frys. Yet, what did you mean by "...make sure all the rails are where they need to be?"

Lastly, here's a picture of the Memory tab from CPU-Z:
Hey sorry I missed your post, I'm at work and posting from the phone. Did the issue start since you put the new PSU?
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Another stupid question, looking at fans now...what size?

120mm x 12mm
120mm x 20mm
120mm x 25mm
120mm x 32mm
120mm x 34mm
120mm x 38mm
120mm x 55mm

When I look up my case it just says 120mm fan.
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Another stupid question, looking at fans now...what size?

120mm x 12mm
120mm x 20mm
120mm x 25mm
120mm x 32mm
120mm x 34mm
120mm x 38mm
120mm x 55mm

When I look up my case it just says 120mm fan.

the 120mm x 25mm is the most common of size for the 120mm FAN's . . .


mr-Charles .

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Hey sorry I missed your post, I'm at work and posting from the phone. Did the issue start since you put the new PSU?
It's cool man, we're all busy people so no worries.
And no, the problem was persisting before that too. And it was only when I played L4D 2. When I played MWF2 it gave me no problem. I even changed the resolution to 640x480 rather than 1024x768. And still the same problem.
Last night I was tweaking the cpu again @ 3.6ghz, and had no problem on my computer for a good hour or so. The temps were well under 32C, too.
Until I played about 2 rounds of MWF2 did it just restart itself. And it didn't completely restart, it went to the black screen showing the video card info., but just stayed stuck there. So, I had to do a manual restart and it worked back to normal.

So...I'm pretty stuck on the problem right now.

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I just noticed your sig, your mixing 2 ram? Patroit and gskill?
Hey McLaren...yes, I must say I am guilty of this. I wanted to max. out my RAM memory to 8gb, and I originally had 3x1gb Patriot sticks. Then, I installed the Win 7 OS 64-bit system and decided to look on Craigslist for 2gb sticks. So, I found those G-Skill ones. Both the Patriot and G-Skills are DDR2-6400pc & 800mhz; however, after I researched more after the purchase, I realized their frequency, clocks, and voltage were different...
Do you think this is the reason for the random restarts from gaming?
If so, why is it normal when I am not gaming?
And last food for thought I have is, under the Windows Experience, it has the RAM memory assessment at 6.8 from the possible 7.9 score.

Any help from any of you will be greatly appreciated.
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Another stupid question, looking at fans now...what size?

120mm x 12mm
120mm x 20mm
120mm x 25mm
120mm x 32mm
120mm x 34mm
120mm x 38mm
120mm x 55mm

When I look up my case it just says 120mm fan.
Like said before, 25mm think is the most common but you should look at 38 and 55, they will produce more static pressure, meaning a more effective fan.
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Hey McLaren...yes, I must say I am guilty of this. I wanted to max. out my RAM memory to 8gb, and I originally had 3x1gb Patriot sticks. Then, I installed the Win 7 OS 64-bit system and decided to look on Craigslist for 2gb sticks. So, I found those G-Skill ones. Both the Patriot and G-Skills are DDR2-6400pc & 800mhz; however, after I researched more after the purchase, I realized their frequency, clocks, and voltage were different...
Do you think this is the reason for the random restarts from gaming?
If so, why is it normal when I am not gaming?
And last food for thought I have is, under the Windows Experience, it has the RAM memory assessment at 6.8 from the possible 7.9 score.

Any help from any of you will be greatly appreciated.
Mixing RAM causes instability. i would try taking out the G-Skills and try running a game too see if there's any random restarts from gaming.
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