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Well, 14A & 15A on separate 12v rails just doesn't cut it for my overclocking needs When I have my videocard and CPU overclocked at the same time, my oc is just too unstable during gameplay and crashes randomly. The good news is that I can oc the hell out my vc and if I leave my cpu at sotck, my system is good and stable. The same goes for vice versa.

Just thought I might put the word out that the TRII420 is not a good PSU for hardcore overclocking. IMO it just doesn't have enough power.
 
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Your probably on the fringe of it's ability.
Do you have the 4 pin moldexs distributed evenly and not to much on one single line?
    
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well, I had TRII 430w like 2 weeks
it's very stable and quite PSU

but it ain't powerful enough to support my oc'd system.

so I got nuuo 550w, and i'm very happy now
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