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Computer crashing / video corruption after playing video games


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maniackz

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Could it be that my psu is not suppling enough power to my graphics card?
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Gday.
What brand and model of PSU please?
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400w ATX switching power supply. all it says
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Sometimes the specs are on the right side of the PSU, so you can't see them, unusual not to have a brand name showing.

There should only be 4 screws holding it in place, outside, back of case.
Make sure to turn of the power, unplug the power cable and take anti static measures by briefly touching a bare part of the case.
You should be able to ease it around, without having to unplug cables,
Please supply as much info as possible.
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Gday.

Do you still need help? An update would be appreciated.
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