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thank everyone i guess i will have change my PSU..
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thank everyone i guess i will have change my PSU..
What you can do is, clock down some on the load to see if it still does it. A true 1000 PSU would handle your system no problem. Just trying to make sure you don't but a PSU first and find out it still does it.
     
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post #13 of 32
If you are using the same rail to power the card, try using 2 different 12V rails, maybe you are running the max 1 rail can output.
NVM: That PSU only got 1 12v rail :/
You have 70A of the 12v rail, so unless you have a lot of things connected to it, you should be fine.
Edited by jak3z - 4/1/11 at 2:02am
    
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Try running just one card (same settings), if it doesn't crash then its most likely your PSU
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post #15 of 32
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Try running just one card (same settings), if it doesn't crash then its most likely your PSU
Ding Ding give that man a cookie.
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Ding Ding give that man a cookie.
Yay cookies

Btw to OP, if it is your PSU, a better PSU such as the Corsair AX850 will not only make your PC more stable (not crashing), but it will make your PC more overclockable and more stable at lower voltages

Also a good quality 850 watt from SeaSonic/Antec/Corsair/XFX you should look at those
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Doing rough numbers here, each gtx580 on stock needs 20 Amp, with overclock it can jump to 30 Amp, now 4 fans, 2 HDD and CPU Overclock... 70 Amps are a bit short I think
    
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Doing rough numbers here, each gtx580 on stock needs 20 Amp, with overclock it can jump to 30 Amp, now 4 fans, 2 HDD and CPU Overclock... 70 Amps are a bit short I think
70A is about 840W, that's low for what is said to be a 1000W PSU.

However, two cards does not mean twice the power usage. Also, a 580 will not draw 30A, 30A is 360W just for reference. Normal fans draw less than a couple watts each, a HDD draws about 20W at peak, an overclocked CPU draws 100-200W. A SLI system like the OP's will draw 750W at most likely even when overclocked.
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Could it have been the CPU's overheat detection?
I am just guessing here, but if it caused the CPU to go 100c, would the CPU shut off before melting itself?
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Could it have been the CPU's overheat detection?
I am just guessing here, but if it caused the CPU to go 100c, would the CPU shut off before melting itself?
No, it would throttle.
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