aennax 04:02 AM 01 Jun 11

Hi everyone,

I have 2 different GPU's, GTS 250, and GTX 460. Both of them cause crashes, the GTS 250 crashes if i even open a webpage, and my GTX 460 crashes every few hours or so(Mainly during games). These crashes only started recently, i have been running my system stable for a long time. (1 time i went AFK with nothing open, and PC crashed at idle.)

What i have tried:

1:Reconfiguring Windows 7 2:Taking my PC apart, and checking for lose connections 3:Reinstalled drivers properly one million times 4:Updated, and downgraded my Bios Drivers 5:Checked my HDD for errors 6:A lot more things i can't remember lol

I badly need help with this fairly soon, as i'm on the verge of building a new PC here literally. Thanks for any help.

  gengiscant 07:01 AM 01 Jun 11

Power supply failing perhaps?

  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 10:56 AM 01 Jun 11

Agree next item to test / change is PSU

  aennax 20:21 PM 01 Jun 11

This PSU is actually brand new, and my 3rd.(CiT 750Watt PSU black edition)

My first stopped working, second set on fire.. I really thought i damaged the motherboard PCI slots or something.

Is there any Software i can use to test it?

  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 20:41 PM 01 Jun 11

Not software have a read here

  woodchip 21:12 PM 01 Jun 11

you most likely checked for heat, but try running without the side on the box


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