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Thread: SN25P PSU or PCI-E problem!?

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    SN25P PSU or PCI-E problem!?


    For a few months now, I have been getting crap fps in bf2 - 20~40 range. With medium settings, no AA, and no shadows, low lighting.

    Thinking it was some sort of problem with my system, I reformatted and tried again, same problem. Then I reformatted, and changed from Omega drivers to the Catalyst. Same problem.

    Then, thinking it was my gfx card (X850 XT), I tried a Leadtek 7800GTX Extreme, (after a reformat), and still have the same problem!

    According to the PSU (normal shuttle one), there should be 17 A on both 12v rails. According to speedfan, one rail has only 11.5A, the other has nothing - 0.00 - PSU problem perhaps?

    I've run out of ideas..... only that it therefore must be something to do with the PCI-E slot or something? - I have absolutely *no* idea what else I can do! - And any ideas would be appreciated!


    AMD64 3800+
    2gb (2x 1gb Dual Channel) of Corsair XMS Pro
    Shuttle SN25P BIOS Y
    WD 36gb Raptor (Windows, games)
    Seagate Barracuda 250gb SATA NCQ (storage)
    Windows XP Pro SP2

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    wot is the Wattage of your Shuttle PSU?

    My System: Coolermaster Centurion 5 (black) case, Intel E6750 Core2Duo, Tagan Easy-Con 530W, Asus P5B Deluxe WIFI, OCZ 2GB Kit (2x1GB) DDR2 800MHz/PC2-6400 CL 4-4-4-15 PLATINUM XTC, Samsung SpinPoint 200Gb SATA2 / 2 x Maxtor DiamondMax 10 200Gb SATA, 256Mb Sapphire ATI PCI-E X1950PRO, Creative X-Fi Xtreme 7.1, 19" Daewoo W9ZQ Black Widescreen TFT, 4Mb Virgin Cable Broadband (formerly Blueyonder) with Linksys WRT54GL Wireless-G and DD-WRT firmware.

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