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post #11 of 16
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Ok now I'm really afraid. It crashes even on stock. God, please don't let it blow up.
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Wish you luck!
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post #13 of 16
Try loosening the timings a bit and see if that helps.
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post #14 of 16
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Originally Posted by J3r3my
Try loosening the timings a bit and see if that helps.
Yeah I thought about doing that, but read that the RAM uses the 5v, not the 12v rail. My 5v is pretty stable. So all I did was putting EVERYTHING at stock including the CPU and GPU. I might as well put the RAM's at the loosest settings just to be safe.
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Originally Posted by lightsource
Get everest home edition and check it:

http://www.lavalys.com/
they use the same sensors. Software is not accurate at all. Like others recommended, multimeter = win
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I had a similar thing happen, except my PSU blew in the night. I went to bed on saturday with the PC having run just fine, and when I got up to go to church on sunday... Let's just say my mom and dad were seriously considering calling 911. We thought maybe something in the furnace flu had caught on fire. I came home from church, went to go check my email, and the PC wouldn't boot. First thing I thought was "**** I'm screwed." Bought my 400W FSP and haven't looked back. Didn't lose anything. Last time I buy a $17 Cheifmax 450W PSU.
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