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I have been getting a lot of power fail kernels.

basically when im playing some games, in the middle of the game sometimes it crashes and i get bsod, and there always because of power failure kernels.


Could this be because of my PSU going bad ?


I dont overclock, and i have a Corsair HX1000. i look at the volts of all my 12 5 and 3.

and all of em are fine.

12v rail is 11.90, but i mean that is normal from what i see.


Any advice ?
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Run a stress test if it does same thing sounds like a PSU issue. Have you reinstalled the OS to see if that helps?
    
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Originally Posted by Rick Arter;12925727 
Run a stress test if it does same thing sounds like a PSU issue. Have you reinstalled the OS to see if that helps?

Think reinstalling OS might work ?
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Originally Posted by sacmo77 View Post
Think reinstalling OS might work ?
Unlikely.

First thing to do is to make sure your rail distribution looks something like this:

http://forum.corsair.com/v3/showthread.php?t=70317

If the power to your GPU's are crossed you may run into issues.

Following the diagram above, I would put the GTX470 on the red, and the HD5970 on the orange.
     
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I'm actually experiencing the same problem myself. Thought first RAM wasn't stable, then thought MT 4th wasn't stable. I reverted everything to default.

I only experience it when playing games. But this has only happened after finishing my custom mod build. The difference? A WC system that has 7 extra fans than I did before and of course a mcp655. Rest of my system is below
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