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    Posted: 16 Apr 2010 at 11:07pm
just got my new computer from the site and
i'am having crashing problems about 4 minutes into my games,sometimes it will try to reboot and sometimes it just powers down and shuts down
  Asus crossfire III MB formula AM3 DDR3 790 FX
  2 ATI radeon 5750 running in crossfire mode 
  4GB DDR3 memory 1333MHz
   700 watt power supply
  AMD phenom II 965 black edition
 
If anyone has any ideas on what my problem is please let me know
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Sounds like a definite power supply issue.  You have a generic PSU, which is hardly good enough for a single card...let alone two.

I would strongly suggest buying a Corsair.


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Peak wattage on the PSU (do you know what it is?) plus a lack of efficiency could put its max output well below the 700w line.
 
Add two video cards to the mix and you flirt with disaster.
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Well is overheating an option. My computer used to crash but then I found out that my GPU was getting to 200F.
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