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OCZ 1010W Gamexstream Power Supply becomes unstable when i upgraded my graphics card from a Nvidia 8800gtx to a nvidia 280 1gb. It keeps losing the device on startup and has to keep re-installing the device. I have taken my sound card out (x-fi fatality) but it makes no difference. When i put the 8800gtx back in, the system becomes stable again! The atx 20 pin to the mobo has a 4 pin next to it... i don't know if that is supposed to be plugged in also. Please help. IP35 pr abit Mobo q6600 2.4 o/c'd to 3.3 3 gigabytes of 1066 ram Nvidia 280 1x 500gb hitachi sata2

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  • jimsbusa Dec 26, 2008

    Thankyou, Thankyou, Thankyou..My problems is fixed, just plugged the 4 pin next to the 20 pin, re-installed the graphics card and hey presto..Sorted!!. I wish i had found this sight sooner. It is now saved as one of my favourites.

    Thanks Again

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Yes it should be plugged in also!

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