Question about Intel Motherboard
This board has 2 slots for the ATI Crossfire video cards. Since the computer is turning off right away, it would appear that your PSU (power supply unit) does not have enough watts to power the motherboard and Crossfire video cards.
Check with ATI for the power requirements for your video cards and upgrade your PSU.
I typically see SLI / Crossfire systems with at least a 800 watt power supply. If you are below this, you will need to upgrade your power supply.
If you have a larger power supply, you will need to verify it is working correctly.
Posted on May 01, 2010
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