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Old 07-21-2005, 03:25 PM   #21 (permalink)
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im running at

mb 32oC/89f

cpu 57oC/134f

v/core 1.68v
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Old 07-21-2005, 04:03 PM   #22 (permalink)
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350 is low for that setup including the 6600GT. Go out and purchase an Antec or thermaltake with at least 430watts. That should solve your problem.
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ive orered a 500w psu another fan and some guards so i can open up the little holes into a big one. hopefully that solves the problem. i will reply after i do, thanks for the quick replys.
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What 500 watt PSU, as we have explained

Not all PSU's are equal, I would take a 300 watt PCP&C over your average 500 watt.

Your average no name brand 500 watt PSU will not have enough 12 volt power to power a gaming PC, will only put out it's full power (if that) at a low temperature like 25

Most PSU's expisally cheap ones run at 40-50 degrees, which makes them drop almost all of their power
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