I had some problems with my last PSU and got an RMA, I just installed the new one. Though this new one isn't overvolting like the last, I can't play any game for longer than 90 seconds...
That is with SLI
If I remove one of my video cards, I'm able to bump up my game time up to a good hour or so (hour is an estimate as I haven't tested gaming for longer than that time frame, though if I play in Stereoscopic 3D on a single card, the maximum timeframe is 8 minutes) Is this really a problem with my Power Supply unit, or are there some settings I can adjust between the OS, BIOS and my video settings to allow me to play games in SLI again?
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No information to go on....system components ? PSU wattage, name , model ? CPU temps ? GPU Temps ?
OP: Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit MB: ASUS M4N75TD HD: Intel 80 GB SSD Primary Drive Samsung 1TB 7200 rpm Game Drive CPU: AMD Phenom II X6, 3.2GHz RAM: 6GB, DDR3-1333 GPU: 2 Nvidia Geforce GTX 470s in SLI Audio: Creative Labs X-Fi Fatal1ty Champion Sound Card PPU: BFG Ageia PhysX 100 Series Card PSU: Kingwin Mach 1 1220w