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Originally Posted by RyGuy1788
Well, I don't know what Fatal05 is talking about but he seems pretty sure the videocard is causing it, try the card in a different system.
I sort of can't because the other computer's PSUs in my house havea really low voltage (they are ~300W) so I dont want to burn the PSUs out....

Besides, even IF i dont burn out the PSUs, i still might crash 'cause the PSUs wont be able to supply the voltage...
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
E4300 Abit IP-35 Pro Diamond HD4870 512MB Corsair 2x2GB 5-5-5-12 
Hard DriveOSMonitorKeyboard
2 x 74GB WD Raptors Windows Vista ultimate Viewsonic 20.1 Saitek Eclipse 
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Corssair TX750W CM Cosmos S Logitech G5 F-Func 
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
E4300 Abit IP-35 Pro Diamond HD4870 512MB Corsair 2x2GB 5-5-5-12 
Hard DriveOSMonitorKeyboard
2 x 74GB WD Raptors Windows Vista ultimate Viewsonic 20.1 Saitek Eclipse 
PowerCaseMouseMouse Pad
Corssair TX750W CM Cosmos S Logitech G5 F-Func 
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post #12 of 12
Use your good PSU with the other computers then, unless that is too much trouble. For testing I think those other PSU's would work just fine, just don't run any graphics-intensive programs.
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