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#151
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No when you first turn your system on and on the first black screen you would start clicking Del to get into the bios. Look on the bottom left of your screen as it should tell you what to click to enter the bios or sometimes it is called Setup
From there depending on your bios you will see tabs at the top marked like General, Power, Boot,
What you want is the Power one and then see if there is the voltages showing. What I need to know is the +12 and +3.3 voltage readings.
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got it, im on it
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i didnt see any power but i found this 2 thins in bios

CPU FAN SPEED : 2833 RPM
CHASSIS FAN SPEED: N/A
POWER FAN SPEED: N/A

Vcore :+1.048v
+12.00v :+12.144v
+5.00v :+5.136v
+3.30v :3.424v

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CPU core Voltage Offset +0mv AUTO
IGPU Voltage Offset +0mv AUTO
DRAM Voltage 1.650v AUTO
VTT Voltage 1.057v AUTO
PCH Voltage 1.059v AUTO
CPU PLL Voltage 1.833v AUTO
VCCSA Voltage 0.925v AUTO
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That is it and guess what..... there is nothing wrong with your PSU. Your voltages are right where they should be.
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so wat could it be we know is not that is not the HD or the RAM, could it be the video card ? i really hope not
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We tested the video card in posts 124 through 130 with the diagnostic programs.
I still say it is a heat issue with the results you posted on the stress tests.
Can you get me a picture of your video card and inside you case please. :thumbsup:
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ok a moment plz )
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here http://postimage.org...jqscs/982d7c7d/
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Hmm looks pretty clean from what I can see.
I have a ideal to do a parallel instal and see if everything works ok then.
So far hardware and OS seem to check out fine so I'm thinking maybe a second install with fresh drivers and bare programs with only Microsoft Window updates will tell us if the issue is your system installation.
How much free space do you have on the main drive?
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Also sorry forgot something. Is the OS installation a store bought or a branded system disk?
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881gb i think branded system disk it came with computer
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OK I'm sorry it has been a long day and I forgot all the specs just now.
Being a branded system like HP, Compaq, Dell or something like that then the disk won't work for the parallel installation.
Let me ask if this is a branded system did it come prebuilt for you?
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i bought it from bestbuy is ibuypower computer, i just like it the specs xD
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OK then the million dollar question is does the OS installation disk say for Ibuypower system?
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it says Reinstallation DVD support for these productsis provided by IBUYPOWER Computers.

i have another one that says ASrock intel-intel series DVD

Another says Sparkle vga card drivers & utilities software bonus pack installation dvd
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