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August 2, 2012 7:50:04 AM

my PC system is:

processor - i5 2500k
memory RAM - 4 gb, kingston 1333 mhz, single chanale
mother board - msi p67a-c45
video card - ati shappire HD 7750
hdd - western digital 500GB, 5500 rot/min, sata 3
power source 350 w, power energon

OFTEN GET BLUE SCREEN!!:( :( :( :( .

THIS SYSTEM IS OK??? IS OVERKILL?

please write correctly, not understand English...THANK YOU!!





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August 2, 2012 8:03:43 AM

350W??? i think that is your problem right there. try getting a 450+ W PSU.
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August 2, 2012 8:36:44 AM

sorry. i was wring. power source is 550W, i want to know this configuration is ok, ia want if parts hardware are compatible
August 2, 2012 8:38:49 AM

i want know if it is overkill, video card is good for processor???
August 2, 2012 8:49:59 AM

my PC system is:

processor - i5 2500k
memory RAM - 4 gb, kingston 1333 mhz, single chanale
mother board - msi p67a-c45
video card - ati shappire HD 7750
hdd - western digital 500GB, 5500 rot/min, sata 3
power source 550 w, inter tech

i want know if it is overkill, video card and memory RAM is good for this processor (i5 2500k) ??? components of this system are compatible??

August 2, 2012 8:53:20 AM

If you intend to overclock a 2500k is good, if you are not planning on overclocking get a 2400, or regular 2500. Also get a different power supply of a more trusted brand like seasonic. off brand power supplies generally cannot be trusted, and if they go down, chances are they take the WHOLE system with it. I would also suggest you get some better ram, why single channel? If you only want 4gbs it would be better to get 2x2gb sticks. But with how cheap ram is I would suggest just going with 2x4gb sticks and get 8gigs of ram.
a b à CPUs
August 2, 2012 8:53:51 AM

add 4gb ram more.power supply sucks.get some thing from antec,xfx,seasonic,corsair.
August 2, 2012 8:56:11 AM

yeah your build is fine except that generic power supply. is that even 80 plus certified? if not, ditch that and get a better one from brands like antec, seasonic, corsair and others.
a c 109 à CPUs
August 2, 2012 8:56:15 AM

What is your budget? If this is just a parts list, you're investing your money in the wrong areas.

Please list your budget and where you'll be buying your parts so we can help you out more efficiently :) 
a b à CPUs
August 2, 2012 8:57:19 AM

single channel ram?

what os?

MSI motherboard expected

what brand psu?
August 2, 2012 11:24:09 AM

what ram are you going for? 1x4GB (single channel), 2x2GB (dual channel), 4x1GB (dual channel)? I'd personally go for 2x4GB (dual channel) - leaves more headroom. Avoid single channel - might as well get the best from the system.

Hope this helps
August 2, 2012 11:35:50 AM

You might want to get a better video card cuz 7750 is a lil shabby or u can crossfire it with another one but u will need better psu like 600w-700w ifu dont wanna cf or sli u can go either with nvidia's gtx 560 570 or newer generation ones if u for amd u can go with either 6870 6950 or newer generation 7850 or 7870
August 2, 2012 11:46:10 AM

350w?!?! omg get a atleast 500w power supply
August 2, 2012 11:50:04 AM

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my PC system is:

processor - i5 2500k
memory RAM - 4 gb, kingston 1333 mhz, single chanale
mother board - msi p67a-c45
video card - ati shappire HD 7750
hdd - western digital 500GB, 5500 rot/min, sata 3
power source 550 w, inter tech

i want know if it is overkill, video card and memory RAM is good for this processor (i5 2500k) ??? components of this system are compatible??

Overkill for what?

1. +1 to 'choose a better PSU'
1a. definitely get a better PSU
1b. make it an '80+ certified' unit from any of the makers listed by others.

2. the HDD is fine as a data drive (albeit a bit small) but as an OS and applications drive you will be needing matchsticks to keep your eyes open whilst the machine boots up. Get a faster HDD or invest in any 60+ Gb SSD for boot.

3. +1 to 'get more RAM and make it dual channel' 8Gb is not overkill these days, especially as it is so cheap. Unless you are score-hunting in benchmarks you won't notice aggressive timings in general use.

4. i5 2500k - unless you are planning some aggressive over-clocking save some money and get the vanilla 2500. (that PSU would die expensively if you tried an over-clock)

5. use the money saved from getting the 2500 to fund either the SSD or more graphics muscle.

6. use a 64bit OS.

7. sit back and really enjoy it.

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a c 78 à CPUs
August 2, 2012 11:51:45 AM

350 watt is probably enough for a 2500K with a 7750. Why anyone would pair a 2500K with a 7750 is beyond me.

There may be other issues with the power supply (quality, amps, etc) but the wattage alone isn't the problem.

What kind of blue screen is it? It should give you information when you get a blue screen that tells you what the problem is.

You can use a program like this to find the information:

http://download.cnet.com/BlueScreenView/3000-2094_4-109...
August 2, 2012 11:53:55 AM

Have you built this yourself?

Check Bios: make sure CPU and Memory (RAM) running with correct settings
Re-install drivers and make sure you have the right ones.

He said 550W PSU.
August 2, 2012 12:12:10 PM

yarmbsgun123 said:
sorry. i was wring. power source is 550W, i want to know this configuration is ok, ia want if parts hardware are compatible


You need to switch your psu, energon psu's are really crappy.
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August 2, 2012 12:14:06 PM

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  • I5 2500k please HPEPPPP!!!!
    August 2, 2012 12:51:43 PM

    this has kind of gone off topic..

    if you check error log, what is the cause of the blue screen?
    August 2, 2012 2:27:16 PM

    i use os windows 7 entreprise 64bit, i think is ok... thanks!!!
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