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Ah, right. Well, there are probably more...eloquent ways of saying that, but whatevs.
Umh, sorry
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Lol, no problemo. Not that big of a deal.
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post #53 of 170
First, if it's constantly at 66°C, then that's a sign that it's possibly overheating. But what are you using to see this temperature?

Second: does it ever exceed 66°C? It sounds like it might be exceeding it by quite a bit.

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WAIT WOAH!

I have 6gb and i think windows says i have 4 gb.

Total = 6135
Cached = 1208
Available = 4793
Free = 3692

Uhh?
Press WinKey+Pause/Break to see what it says. Don't go by what you're looking at here because it's more confusing. So just press WinKey+Pause/Break (or, right-click My Computer and choose Properties).

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Wut do i do to ask them? Just PM him?
Nope. Just post a new reply to get started.

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*Sigh* ok, i have a 550 watt would that support my 9800gt and an i7 950 temporarily? My GTX580 is on its way and now im **** out of luck.
There is absolutely no way this 850W Corsair is the culprit for this. I mean, look at all the facts! After considering everything, how could it be the PSU? Plus, you could run like four 9800 GTs in this system with your 850W power supply.

But just for the sake of it, which 550W power supply is it? What is the brand and model name/number?
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post #54 of 170
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WAIT WOAH!

I have 6gb and i think windows says i have 4 gb.

Total = 6135
Cached = 1208
Available = 4793
Free = 3692

Uhh?
RMA it, don't bother trouble shooting.

I had the same problem. There is no way around it, some say it could be a bent pin on the motherboard. RAM voltage and whatever crap, the bottom line is, this shouldn't happen under normal circumstances.
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Could you provide a picture of your board with everything plugged in?
Also, what temperature is your NorthBridge running at?
Everybody with a Sabertooth is kind of skeptical about the temps, some people have them around 50, others 70's and even 80's.

Also is everything in your BIOS on default or you changed something? It could be that you forgot to add some voltage for a component and at some point it requests a bit more and just crashes.
A bad OC would also make you reboot like that.

Just adding stuff that other's haven't mentioned

I'm with the guys blaming the WiFi card
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post #56 of 170
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First, if it's constantly at 66°C, then that's a sign that it's possibly overheating. But what are you using to see this temperature?

Second: does it ever exceed 66°C? It sounds like it might be exceeding it by quite a bit.


Press WinKey+Pause/Break to see what it says. Don't go by what you're looking at here because it's more confusing. So just press WinKey+Pause/Break (or, right-click My Computer and choose Properties).


Nope. Just post a new reply to get started.


There is absolutely no way this 850W Corsair is the culprit for this. I mean, look at all the facts! After considering everything, how could it be the PSU? Plus, you could run like four 9800 GTs in this system with your 850W power supply.

But just for the sake of it, which 550W power supply is it? What is the brand and model name/number?
1. Never goes above or under 66, even in games. Idk why, maybe a bad sensor. I use HW Monitor to measure the temps of it.

2. Idk i might install the PSU to make sure because it sounds safer. :\\

3. Its a BFG 550 Watt. Worked great for a few years already.
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RMA it, don't bother trouble shooting.

I had the same problem. There is no way around it, some say it could be a bent pin on the motherboard. RAM voltage and whatever crap, the bottom line is, this shouldn't happen under normal circumstances.
RMA as in what? What is RMA?
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RMA as in what? What is RMA?
REturn to manufacturer. Return Merchandize Authorization I think...
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post #59 of 170
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Could you provide a picture of your board with everything plugged in?
Also, what temperature is your NorthBridge running at?
Everybody with a Sabertooth is kind of skeptical about the temps, some people have them around 50, others 70's and even 80's.

Also is everything in your BIOS on default or you changed something? It could be that you forgot to add some voltage for a component and at some point it requests a bit more and just crashes.
A bad OC would also make you reboot like that.

Just adding stuff that other's haven't mentioned

I'm with the guys blaming the WiFi card
1. Just so everyone's clear this is my first build. It worked great until now for almost a month. So Questions 1. Whats a NorthBridge? If thats my temps i run average temps in my case of 40.

2. Never changed anything in my BIOS ever. Never OCd.

3. Well it hasnt happened yet with the wifi adapter in. BTW its USB. I couldnt see that as being an issue. I only crashed before when i mentioned it because of a service that the adapters drivers used. It automatically disabled the necessary service and crashed windows on boot up. I dont get that anymore.

Could it be my gfx card? Id rather it be that than my mobo or CPU or PSU. :\\
post #60 of 170
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REturn to manufacturer. Return Merchandize Authorization I think...
Yay! u replied

hmmm...RMA what then? The mobo , psu, cpu, or everything?
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