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November 24, 2013 4:43:20 AM

I just built a new pc with Fx8320, r7 260x and 970 Extreme3 mb.
Every game i run become very lag, it's unbearable. This problem doesn't happen before i run Mirror's Edge. Once I run Mirrors edge, in the main menu, nothings happen. Then the game flashed itself, than every thing become not stable as hell.
Can someone what happened to my pc? I just built it today.

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November 24, 2013 4:46:52 AM

This might be a Power Supply problem.Simply it cannot give the necessary power to to graphics card (in full-load) and PC crashes.
Please tell us what your Power Supply model is.
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November 24, 2013 5:30:31 AM

Dhampire01 said:
This might be a Power Supply problem.Simply it cannot give the necessary power to to graphics card (in full-load) and PC crashes.
Please tell us what your Power Supply model is.


My psu is Aywun Megapower Elite 750W.
Is Aywun a bad company?
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November 24, 2013 6:31:10 AM

I have a new problem now. I played Amazing Spider Man smoothly for once, then it changes to blue screen within 5 minutes. Blue screen tells me to reset the display driver, now i'm reinstalling the driver to see if it works.

I've reinstalled, everything is okay now, but my PC will not response and shut the display randomly, is this a RAM issue or what?
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November 24, 2013 7:54:21 AM

Display driver means the Graphics card.It might be malfunctioning.
Blue screen might be displayed because it crashes.Try to use another graphics card instead of this one (whatever model) and see if it happens.Worst case scenario,you will need to visit your retailer and demand the graphics card to be swapped using your warranty and receipt.
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November 25, 2013 3:36:55 AM

Dhampire01 said:
Display driver means the Graphics card.It might be malfunctioning.
Blue screen might be displayed because it crashes.Try to use another graphics card instead of this one (whatever model) and see if it happens.Worst case scenario,you will need to visit your retailer and demand the graphics card to be swapped using your warranty and receipt.


Thank you, Dhampire01, after all the test i've done, i made a conclusion: My GPU is malfunctioning.
I reinstalled my driver, the problem still exists
Reinstalled Windows 7, problem still exists
Put my old GTX 650 back to the mb, it works fine
I don't know if I should buy a new card or get a fix on it, but I really appreciate your help.
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November 25, 2013 4:36:56 AM

You should get it to the retailer where you bought it from.It must have a warranty.If you made it on your own,a warranty paper would be inside the box.If not,show him the receipt.
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