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Windows 7: computer won't start help

17 Aug 2010   #31


apparent the reason why it costs that much is that the people have to get a psu that will fit my computer and that it would normally cost 60 but since of the graphic card is so powerful that is why it is 180

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17 Aug 2010   #32


With the hardware in your specs, a 600 watt PSU should be more than enough, and you can get a good one that's SLI ready for less than $60 american.. probably a bit more at your location but not more than $100 at the most. So what they're probably asking for is half the price in labor costs to install it. It's really not too hard to install a power supply, even if you've never been inside a computer case before. Just make sure you attach a matching connector from the new power supply to each component you detach it from the old one
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17 Aug 2010   #33


yes but it might not fight my computer
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17 Aug 2010   #34


Any power supply designed for an ATX case will physically fit in your computer. It's a matter of selecting a one with enough power and the right set of connectors, which is why I would recommend one that is SLI ready
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17 Aug 2010   #35


it is already bought but it is acually 160 i mean to buy off ebay would you say it would be good for that price
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17 Aug 2010   #36


fair enough, if it ends up solving your problem.
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17 Aug 2010   #37

WIN7 Ultimate 64bit

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Wicca View Post
i did it but still no luck now the led green light is not even flashing it is now not on anymore any other suggestions
Ordinary test you could do yourself in future before taking to shop

1 Summer heat = card/chip expansion creep out of socket.

2 overheating/fan fail cpu/graphics

3 Summer lightning strike/brown outs - strike can be miles away and travel down lines. Without being plugged into a proper surge protected power point, components can get zapped without warning!

Before you pull components out one by one, try pushing all the leads you can see inside pc back into their sockets (includes electric)
push graphic card/other cards/memory down into sockets too.
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