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Do I need a new PSU


Best Answer Country502 , 13 October 2015 - 04:33 PM

Figured I would post an update for ya, Phiil. I got the new PSU and that was my issue, My computer is running like champ now Thanks for all the help. I'll stay active on here and maybe help where... Go to the full post »


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Yours is not a bad MB so I would initially only replace the PSU and see how it goes.


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Figured I would post an update for ya, Phiil. I got the new PSU and that was my issue, My computer is running like champ now :D Thanks for all the help. I'll stay active on here and maybe help where I can. And I'll be sure to direct friends here to. Once again, THANKS <3


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That is great news and thank you for letting us know that the issue was resolved Country502  :)

 

You are most welcome btw and yes please do stick around and help out on the tech forums if you are able to  :thumbsup:


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