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Neo31801

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Hi agian, back for more great help!

I recently upgraded my computer with a new motherboard,ram,video card and cpu

Surfing and watching videos and such it runs great...how ever I built this rig for gaming.Thats where the problems some in

When ever I run any graphic intense program (game,benchmark program, ect.) I bluescreen

restart and run fine til I load the gpu, rinse and repeat

Ive monitored the gpu (EVGA GTX 280)temps and the highest Ive hit has been 62° c at time of bsod.

If I replace the GTX 280 with my 8800 GTS I can play any game for as long as I want.



Thanks!
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just called Ultra to see about a RMA on the power supply

Ultra tech told me that there is a issue with the Ultra x3 and the GTX 280 so theyre shipping me a new x4 1050

will update if this solves issue
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