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post #1 of 21
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Ok, I'm uncertain the problem with my system so I was unable too decide where my post should go. I settled for here.
First my system specs are,
ASUSTeK P5VD2-VM SE
Pentium D805 Dual core 2.7Ghz
4.0gb Ram
320gb WD Caviar blue-Sata
ATI Radeon HD 4670
Vista Ultimate 32 bit

Here's the situation. Recently if my computer, if left on too long, as in a few hours the mouse starts getting extremely choppy, almost like the fps on the computer drops,Example being if my mouse is in the middle of my page and i try too move it too the right top corner it will only show 2 or 3 move instances.
Also another very bad thing I noticed is that when I play games I have always played the whole system literally shots off no "windows is shutting down" Just boom off, and when attempting too power back on the the system doesn't boot, the screen stays blank but the system appears too boot
The video card was just bought and the cpu is secondhand, also The power supply in the system is a crappy 25 dollar money saver. 500w
This problem is obviously very annoying and potentially can damage my system so by all means any help is much appreciated.
Thank you so much in advanced, and any other information is available upon request.
post #2 of 21
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Originally Posted by Bigbear420 View Post
Ok, I'm uncertain the problem with my system so I was unable too decide where my post should go. I settled for here.
First my system specs are,
ASUSTeK P5VD2-VM SE
Pentium D805 Dual core 2.7Ghz
4.0gb Ram
320gb WD Caviar blue-Sata
ATI Radeon HD 4670
Vista Ultimate 32 bit

Here's the situation. Recently if my computer, if left on too long, as in a few hours the mouse starts getting extremely choppy, almost like the fps on the computer drops,Example being if my mouse is in the middle of my page and i try too move it too the right top corner it will only show 2 or 3 move instances.
Also another very bad thing I noticed is that when I play games I have always played the whole system literally shots off no "windows is shutting down" Just boom off, and when attempting too power back on the the system doesn't boot, the screen stays blank but the system appears too boot
The video card was just bought and the cpu is secondhand, also The power supply in the system is a crappy 25 dollar money saver. 500w
This problem is obviously very annoying and potentially can damage my system so by all means any help is much appreciated.
Thank you so much in advanced, and any other information is available upon request.
What do your temperatures look like? If you do not have a monitoring program try this and report back.

Hardware Monitor
http://www.cpuid.com/softwares/hwmonitor.html
post #3 of 21
this is clearly a psu issue, a 25 dollar psu usually wont get you very far, and they never run near thier ratings, that 500w it says on it, your lucky if it pushes 350w out.

go buy a new psu, a corsair or an antec, get at least 600W to be future proof.

im running a 700w corsair myself, never had an issue
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CoolingOSMonitorMonitor
Bitspower Matte Black Rotary Fittings/ Feser Ma... Windows 10 Professional 64-Bit Samsung 32 Inch 4K TV Acer S231H 
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post #4 of 21
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Are these all?
GPU 36°C
CPU is 86°C ?!
post #5 of 21
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this is clearly a psu issue, a 25 dollar psu usually wont get you very far, and they never run near thier ratings, that 500w it says on it, your lucky if it pushes 350w out.

go buy a new psu, a corsair or an antec, get at least 600W to be future proof.

im running a 700w corsair myself, never had an issue
Yeah a cheap psu is not a good idea in any sense. And yes it probably only is pushing 350w but you can't say it's clearly the issue. The linked system probably doesn't even use 350w so there are numerous possibilities.
post #6 of 21
Thread Starter 
So the psu can cause the stuttering mouse?? because i originally suspected the psu in the beginning when the computer was shutting off, but now the mouse is stuttering, doesnt seem like the psu would cause that kind of problem
post #7 of 21
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Are these all?
GPU 36°C
CPU is 86°C ?!
Cpu is at 86 max load or under almost idle usage? 86 is really high if that's even close to idle usage. Reguardless 86 is high for even max load.
Edited by Silentsoul_600 - 3/20/11 at 8:19am
post #8 of 21
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89 max load
post #9 of 21
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86 idle, Sorry for the double post
Edited by Bigbear420 - 3/20/11 at 8:21am
post #10 of 21
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89 max load
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86 idle
I think you are confusing max current temp with max load. Max load is if you were to stress your cpu to the max under a program as prime95.

86 is way too high for idle. What cooler to do you have?
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