|02 Nov 2011||#1|
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Not enough power for games :(
I cant play games at the moment my 700w PSU went bang. I'd just been in to add drives and hadn't checked the power lead was in properly (which it wasn't) the resultant arching when I hit the power button fried it completely. I'm now using a whopping 350watt PSU that I had lying around until I get a new one, Still clocked to 3.2Ghz with 4 HDD's and running stable for basic apps but the PSU cut's out (probably overheat) when I try anything intensive like gaming. Although I did get 3mins into BF2 yesterday.
Needless to say a new PSU is high on my shopping list (although I ended up bidding on more ram instead today)
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