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Did PSU 600w enough for my build?

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I just upgrade my PC. Before upgrade my PC was stable now I got new Mb & CPU platform

My Old PC spec
Win 7 x64 ultimate
Cpu: core2duo E4400 2.0GB (very old )
MB: ASUS P5N32-E-SLI plus
Ram: OCZ gold 4GB (dual)
HDD: WD caviler green 1TB
VGA: Gigabyte GTX460oc 1GB + ASUS GTS250 512 GB (for dedicated Physx )
+1DVD rom
+3 12cm cooler fan
PSU: Targan Stone rock TG600-U37 output 600w maxpower 700w
Everything ran fine & no problem for play some game but a little slowly for new games

Now I'm upgrade for new platform my new build is..
Win 7 x64 ultimate
Cpu: Intel core i5 2500k sandy bridge 3.3GB
MB: Gigabyte GA-H67MA-UD2H-B3
Ram: Geil value plus Bus 1333 :4GB
HDD: WD caviler green 1TB
VGA: Gigabyte GTX460oc 1GB + ASUS GTS250 512 GB (for dedicated Physx )
+1DVD rom
+3 12cm cooler fan
PSU: Targan Stone rock TG600-U37 output 600w maxpower 700w

Everything fine until I play..
COD black-ops, Mafia II, Operation Flash point-Redriver & some game I always got crash to desktop when I play 10-15 mins or sometime I got BSOD first I think from bad VGA driver & change but still crash. Its weir because I can play very smooth in other game such as Crysis 2 in max out for all day with out problem & can do everything except play COD black-ops without BSOD too.

So..I question is. Did my PSU can run good for my new build? or I got other problem that I can't fix?
Please me solution thankyou & sorry for my bad eng.
Edited by bumpza - 4/24/11 at 2:31pm
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I just upgrade my PC. Before upgrade my PC was stable now I got new Mb & CPU platform

My Old PC spec
Win 7 x64 ultimate
Cpu: core2duo E4400 2.0GB (very old )
MB: ASUS P5N32-E-SLI plus
Ram: OCZ gold 4GB (dual)
HDD: WD caviler green 1TB
VGA: Gigabyte GTX460oc 1GB + ASUS GTS250 512 GB (for dedicated Physx )
+1DVD rom
+3 12cm cooler fan
PSU: Targan Stone rock TG600-U37 output 600w maxpower 700w
Everything ran fine & no problem for play some game but a little slowly for new games

Now I'm upgrade for new platform my new build is..
Win 7 x64 ultimate
Cpu: core2duo E4400 2.0GB (very old )
MB: Gigabyte GA-H67MA-UD2H-B3
Ram: Geil value plus Bus 1333 :4GB
HDD: WD caviler green 1TB
VGA: Gigabyte GTX460oc 1GB + ASUS GTS250 512 GB (for dedicated Physx )
+1DVD rom
+3 12cm cooler fan
PSU: Targan Stone rock TG600-U37 output 600w maxpower 700w

Everything fine until I play..
COD black-ops, Mafia II, Operation Flash point-Redriver & some game I always got crash to desktop when I play 10-15 mins or sometime I got BSOD first I think from bad VGA driver & change but still crash. Its weir because I can play very smooth in other game such as Crysis 2 in max out for all day with out problem & can do everything except play COD black-ops without BSOD too.

So..I question is. Did my PSU can run good for my new build? or I got other problem that I can't fix?
Please me solution thankyou & sorry for my bad eng.
Should be fine, but for a test try dropping the 250 out of the rig and running just the 460. Losing the extra power draw might help, but the PSU is probably fine as is.
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I'll try remove 250
thank you
I'll report result soon.

by the way if still crash or BSOD what's the problem can be?

I use same OS from same DVD
everything same except CPU-MB-RAM
Edited by bumpza - 4/24/11 at 2:36pm
post #4 of 7
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umm..maybe PSU fine but not have enough power to handle it or I got GPU overheat (460 in full load about 68-73c did it normal?)
post #5 of 7
That's about average for GTX 460 temps, you're fine.
Can you check your PSU voltages in Bios and see if they're within a reasonable range?

Ex. +12v @ 12.14v , 3.3v @ 3.34v, ect.
    
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I'm not sure..I 'll check now..shutdown
(I always set default for bios & setting is auto by bios)

Now I already check bios its fine & all is default I just set HPET mode to 64bit (follow MB-guide book)
Now I playing starwars the force unleashed 2 in max out it's smooth & no crash...I'll test other game next.

*I begin believe it curse from PSU can't handle 2 graphic card lol
Edited by bumpza - 4/24/11 at 5:21pm
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Nvidia mini driver has a nice event logging system which can be activated by setting RmLogonRc registry entry to 1. In this case the driver will always add throttling events after reboot. You'll be to see in the event log if it throttled hardware recovered by Robust Channels Technique, thermal conditions, stress test or lack of auxiliary power
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