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Board works ok but onboard video was slow so i put in a sonic 7300gt vidcard. worked ok for a few months, then the system started to hang. took out the vidcard and the system worked ok again using onboard video. but if i install any video card, i get the same problem. tried it with an 8500gt, 7300gt and a winfast 6600le.

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Borrow another Power Supply preferably 400w or above and try that.

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