"Tal Fucus" wrote in message ...
"DaveL" wrote in message
It could be a crappy power supply. I saw this same thing on an Abit
The power supply was bad causing the 3.3 volts to go low and the thing
intermittently reboot and sometimes not boot up. A new power supply fixed
Thanks for the reply,
I suspect it is a power supply problem. The system does not reboot, but I do
get sometimes errors while booting.
Will leaving it as is effect the system in any way ?
"Tal Fucus" wrote in message
I just installed a new Inno3D FX5200 128MB card, replacing an old GF2
When I play 3D games (Medal of Honor, Battlefield 1942...) the 3.3
is getting low, and dropping bellow 3.0V
My system is Celeron 1700, ASUS MB with SiS chipsets.
I never had similar problem with the old GF2 MX400 card nor with GF4
Any idea ?
What does it mean ?
If it is your weak PSU, then within a few days it will "break" and an
energy spike will roast your motherboard, probably also your cpu and
maybe even your harddisks!