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post #1861 of 5083
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Hmm It's a Silverstone Element. I'll definitely try that out.
If that's the psu, it definitely does have 2 rails. Try rewiring your stuff, hopefully a dedicated rail can supply enough amps to drive that videocard.
post #1862 of 5083
anyon remember who had the 460s that they wanted to sell in order to get these?
post #1863 of 5083
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anyon remember who had the 460s that they wanted to sell in order to get these?
After performing this search, I discovered that it was Kny.
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post #1864 of 5083
thx, show off
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If that's the psu, it definitely does have 2 rails. Try rewiring your stuff, hopefully a dedicated rail can supply enough amps to drive that videocard.
Overclocked q6600, SSD, HDD, soundcard plugged in. Would the PCI-e connectors be on it's own rail or would using a molex-PCIe to connect help? Thanks!
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thx, show off
hehehe

You're welcome, though.

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Overclocked q6600, SSD, HDD, soundcard plugged in. Would the PCI-e connectors be on it's own rail or would using a molex-PCIe to connect help? Thanks!
Well, which GTX 470 BIOS are you using?
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250 GB Samsung 840 EVO (C:\) 250 GB Samsung 840 EVO (D:\) 150 GB WD VelociRaptor Samsung SH-S243N 24x DVD Burner 
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post #1867 of 5083
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hehehe

You're welcome, though.


Well, which GTX 470 BIOS are you using?
Used grunion's first and reflashed to stock 470 one posted awhile back. Same results on both.
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What exactly is "PhysX off"? Switching PhysX to CPU?
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What exactly is "PhysX off"? Switching PhysX to CPU?
Disabling "PPU" in Vantage. Using PPU inflates the CPU score artificially.
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post #1870 of 5083
Mine finally came in today!! Mine is #1948
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