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    So my gpu just died. Shows lines and when drivers installed I get the blue screen memory dump.
    I am using onboard graphics. And it sucks.

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    Is it possible that my PSU is severely bottleneck in my system? I'm trying to find the source of all my problems.
    It's a 450W running my
    i5-4690
    ASRock Z97 extreme 4
    GTX 660ti
    8GB dual channel 1333mhz corsair vengeance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by biGb1313 View Post
    Is it possible that my PSU is severely bottleneck in my system? I'm trying to find the source of all my problems.
    It's a 450W running my
    i5-4690
    ASRock Z97 extreme 4
    GTX 660ti
    8GB dual channel 1333mhz corsair vengeance.
    Is everything stock?

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    Yep, haven't changed anything, really

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    Quote Originally Posted by biGb1313 View Post
    Is it possible that my PSU is severely bottleneck in my system? I'm trying to find the source of all my problems.
    It's a 450W running my
    i5-4690
    ASRock Z97 extreme 4
    GTX 660ti
    8GB dual channel 1333mhz corsair vengeance.
    Also, how many Hard Discs are you running?


    Also try to calculate your rigs power requirements: http://www.coolermaster.outervision.com/

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    Quote Originally Posted by BeoTeK View Post
    Also, how many Hard Discs are you running?


    Also try to calculate your rigs power requirements: http://www.coolermaster.outervision.com/
    I've got a 1TB HDD and a 128GB SD, I'll check that link out as soon as I have chance

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    Quote Originally Posted by biGb1313 View Post
    Is it possible that my PSU is severely bottleneck in my system? I'm trying to find the source of all my problems.
    It's a 450W running my
    i5-4690
    ASRock Z97 extreme 4
    GTX 660ti
    8GB dual channel 1333mhz corsair vengeance.
    What brand and model is the PSU? Also did you highlight what the problems are somewhere? That might help in diagnosing the source.

    450W for that setup should work. Nvidia recommends a 450W supply with that card.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blazzok View Post
    What brand and model is the PSU? Also did you highlight what the problems are somewhere? That might help in diagnosing the source.

    450W for that setup should work. Nvidia recommends a 450W supply with that card.
    I didn't, probably should have gone into more detail. My pc just seems to be underperforming, I'm only able to get 30-50 fps in show of mordor on medium.
    I mentioned in another thread that running gamebooster seems to bump my performance to the point that I can play the game on high with over 70 fps, and I can't figure out how it's achieving that. I'm just checking all possibilities at this point.
    I'm not 100% sure of the brand, I'll check when I get home this evening

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    Looking for some advice. I want to add another 4 gig of RAM to my PC. I already have one DDR3-1333 stick. Here's some more info from CPU-Z. Model is Transcend JM1333KLN-4G

    Would either of these be compatible?

    Patriot Signature Line, 4GB, DDR3-1333, CL9
    Patriot Signature Line, 4GB, DDR3-1333, CL9

    One is a bit more expensive then the other, is there any difference?

    Or should I stick with the same brand as my current one? It's a lot more expensive though.
    Last edited by The_Imp_ZA; 07-05-2015 at 02:27 PM.

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    [MENTION=11347]The_Imp_ZA[/MENTION]
    is your current config 2x 2gb or 1x 4gb (ie. a pair)?


    if it's just a single 4gb module and wanting to increase by another 4gb I would recommend the same brand as the timing will be matched. just my 2c.
    but generally speaking you should be fine with buying another 4gb module as long as they are both the same speed, ie 1333Mhz
    Last edited by BeoTeK; 07-05-2015 at 02:14 PM.

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