BSOD 116 faulty graphics card or faulty drivers?

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       #21

    My PSU supplies 850 Watts so yes that shouldn't be a problem.
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       #22

    I don't expect it to cause problems, but it wouldn't harm to test the PSU (with safety of course :) ) when you have time :)
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       #23

    Would I test that with a multimeter or could I use the computer?
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       #24

    You need a multimeter, please read the tutorial of which I posted the link on the previous page :)
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       #25

    Ok thanks for trying, I need to mark this as solved right?
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       #26

    Only if your issue is according to you solved :)
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       #27

    Alright, I am going to call up a friend and see if he is fine with trying my graphics card in his computer.
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