Attempting to fit new power supply

Discussion in 'General Hardware' started by Leftfield, Jun 1, 2011.

  1. Agent-A01

    Agent-A01 Ancient Guru

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    Too see if the power supply cant handle the load i would run OCCT GPU and CPU stress at same time (power supply test) or use something similar like MSI Kombustor coming with LinX/Intel burn test
     
  2. Saad

    Saad Master Guru

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    like i said earlier..check the connections to your harddrive...the one that has the operating system..
     
  3. Makalu

    Makalu Ancient Guru

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    Clearing your CMOS will record and store the new start-up routine timings with the new PSU.
     
  4. Leftfield

    Leftfield Member Guru

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    Any guides for this, lets remember I could barely connect a PSU properly :p

    All seems to be running fine and stable, just not sure if its worth doing anything like the above, don't want to damage anything, but equally I do want to get maximum performance from my set up.
     

  5. Leftfield

    Leftfield Member Guru

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    Also - have just done a stress test using BurnIn. The 3d graphics skips a lot and is very jerky, it is like that in game and my DPS is spiking HORRIBLY. Any ideas?
     

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