Bought PC with integrated (or is it called onboard?) card. So, after few days, decided to buy myself a real card.
The new card: ATI Radeon HD 3870 X2
Intel Core i3 550
Mainboard - Foxconn H55MXV-LE (and the pci x16 slot)
4GB RAM, and integrated card runs on 1gb memory.
First problem as turned out was my new card not getting enough power from the PSU. So recently I went in the servicer and tested out 750w I wanted to buy. Fan and everythign worked, but when windows loaded, well, right after the windows logo loaded, their monitor it was tested on shat down. Then they plugged in one of their cards and it also shat down. With integrated card it works just fine. So, they recommended me to call the-repair-service-where-I-bought-the-PC and report broken PSI slot. However I usually throw away any boxes, and looks like to qualify for free repairs as a customer, I need to have the **** box.
Well then I'm sandwiched between troubles. Anyone got any suggestions on my situation? Maybe it's not PCI slot problem?