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Problem in wow

Im getting all the fps i could ever want or dream for... but about every 20-30 seconds i have a good lag that builds up a bit and shoots the FPS way down for 5 seconds or so... and its a huge huge problem in a raid i go down to 1fps or lower... and when its done lagging it goes back to perfectnes... i got 400w power supply idk of that would be the problem or not... any answers?

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    e-GeForce 8600 GT

  • shaneman_494 Mar 11, 2009

    i guess i dont know enough what sli means... but i am only running one hard drive that i do know of

  • Eric Lanning May 11, 2010

    What kind of video card do you have?



    Most newer high end video cards require alot more power than 400 Watt.

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You can bet that the power supply is NOT pushing out what your PC is demanding. When there is a change in the game that pushes performance, the video card draws more current to process the frames at the speed of the game. (I'm assuming that you do not have a SLI rig). And of course it is a HUGE problem with the RAID. For one, having 2 hard drives writing and reading at the same time takes TWICE the power all the while trying to pump out graphics. More than 2 hard drives, and your PC probably won't even boot (and if it does it will shut down because of overdraw on your psu). My suggestion is to get a MINIMUM of a 650 watt psu, as long as you're not running SLI. If you are running SLI, I would go with a 700 watt or better. But just remember, you get what you pay for. A great DEAL may not be so great in the long run!! Good Luck!!!

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