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September 8, 2006 1:05:37 AM

does this power supply provide enough power for my computer?

Power Supply

Here is what I Have for my computer

XP Pro
AMD X2 4200+ Dual Core CPU
ASUS A8N-SLI Premium
1 GB OCZ Ram
EVGA Geforce 7800 GTX 256 MB
Sound Blaster Audigy 4
Plextor DVDR PX-716A
Maxtor 6L300SO 300GB SATA
Western Digital WD3200KS-00PFB0 320GB SATA 3.0
Viewsonic VX922 19" LCD Monitor
Bose 2.1 Speakers
Thermaltake Armor Series VA8000BWS Black Aluminum/Steel ATX Case

It seems like it might be running slower than it should

although it could be that I need more Ram but i am not shure

any help or suggestions would be good

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September 8, 2006 1:14:39 AM

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does this power supply provide enough power for my computer?

Power Supply

Here is what I Have for my computer

XP Pro
AMD X2 4200+ Dual Core CPU
ASUS A8N-SLI Premium
1 GB OCZ Ram
EVGA Geforce 7800 GTX 256 MB
Sound Blaster Audigy 4
Plextor DVDR PX-716A
Maxtor 6L300SO 300GB SATA
Western Digital WD3200KS-00PFB0 320GB SATA 3.0
Viewsonic VX922 19" LCD Monitor
Bose 2.1 Speakers
Thermaltake Armor Series VA8000BWS Black Aluminum/Steel ATX Case

It seems like it might be running slower than it should

although it could be that I need more Ram but i am not shure

any help or suggestions would be good


MORE information! Where it is running slow? games , or everything?

PSU is more than enough and a good brand too.
September 8, 2006 1:18:08 AM

Quote:
does this power supply provide enough power for my computer?

Power Supply

Here is what I Have for my computer

XP Pro
AMD X2 4200+ Dual Core CPU
ASUS A8N-SLI Premium
1 GB OCZ Ram
EVGA Geforce 7800 GTX 256 MB
Sound Blaster Audigy 4
Plextor DVDR PX-716A
Maxtor 6L300SO 300GB SATA
Western Digital WD3200KS-00PFB0 320GB SATA 3.0
Viewsonic VX922 19" LCD Monitor
Bose 2.1 Speakers
Thermaltake Armor Series VA8000BWS Black Aluminum/Steel ATX Case

It seems like it might be running slower than it should

although it could be that I need more Ram but i am not shure

any help or suggestions would be good


Yes like Shadowduck said, MORE INFO! That Powersupply though is very reliable and will suit you properly if you decide to get it.
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September 8, 2006 4:32:44 AM

For games it sometimes runs slow but mostly it takes forever for the computer to boot up

also when I start the computer up right before it starts loading XP it says error loading OS

Why would it be saying that?
September 8, 2006 6:24:15 PM

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For games it sometimes runs slow but mostly it takes forever for the computer to boot up

also when I start the computer up right before it starts loading XP it says error loading OS

Why would it be saying that?


Have you tried reinstalling Windows?

Memtest your RAM...

Memtest86.com
September 8, 2006 6:59:46 PM

I was planning on reinstalling windows soon

I just was wondering what caused it to get messed up if it was a virus or a hardware problem
September 8, 2006 7:01:28 PM

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I was planning on reinstalling windows soon

I just was wondering what caused it to get messed up if it was a virus or a hardware problem


My recommendation is running Memtest86 over night.

A lot of OS errors (such as yours) are the result of malfunctioning memory modules.
October 31, 2006 5:44:57 AM

My computer had recently been having problems running games (random lockups requiring restart) and if I alt-tabbed out of a game the mouse pointer wouldn't show up on the screen until I quit the game

It would also have random reboots and a few days ago it just crashed and wouldn't boot so I stripped it down to the cpu and a stick of ram and it started up and I added everything but the video card and works then I put the video card back in and it won't start (non fans spin or anything)

I am guessing it is a vide card problem that might have been caused by either a malfunction of something on the video card or somehting went bad in the PSU

here is the PSU I have

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.asp?Item=N82E1681...

I am in the process of replacing my PSU and Video card
October 31, 2006 5:47:55 AM

I took out the battery on the motherboard and reset all the bios settings and the error loading os went away
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