Not too sure how my system compares to yours but I run the whole lot in my sig from a Corsair HX520 PSU, have never had any problems, touch wood :)
Does it really need to be 3 slots wide? Is it heavily overclocked or is this just a way to justify a poundage increase price wise?
bodkin here tried 460 SLI but had problems and then days later sold the 460's, I know as I purchased 1 of them :)
I wish you luck, PNY are known for being prim and proper sticklers and God help you if fall foul of rules that they've just invented.
I've had excellent and I mean excellent service from Lian Li, Antec, DFI and Corsair. Contacted them re a problem with the case/case...
Well that's what's been posted as best as I can tell.
So the pre-spreading method leaves air gaps, damn this is the method that I've always used :(
What driver were you installing or had you just installed when you got your first BSOD?
I also use Kaspersky, has had its problems but being a Barclays online customer you get a 3 PC license for free each year so can't really complain.
Corsair support is really good, not quite sure where but on a few of the techie forums there's a guy called YellowBeard, last I knew he worked for...
If the PSU is new then can't you try the retailer in the first instance?
My phase where I had to have SCSI disks looking back now would be my most wasteful purchases. Had an adaptec ISA card (1540 anybody remember them)...
Think we need pics as I don't fully understand what exactly has happened.
If you're saying that cables have come out from the 24 pin ATX...
What sort of budget and what sort of games do you play?
Also when you say mostly for gaming. but for other tasks too. What are these other tasks?
I think you still need to do a registry hack.
16 bit ISA slots for the WIN! :)
Forgot to answer your original question, yes it can co-exist but what mode are you running your SATA ports in right now? Reason I ask is that if...
With RAID0 you effectively double the risk of losing all your data as 1 drive dies and you lose the lot. If you're running Windows 7 then just...
If the PC appears to boot up normally but with no display then as suggested above it could be the video cable, the video card or the monitor...
I'll be honest I didn't even know that Mesh were still going.
What are you going to do by way of an Xmas present for your boy then?
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