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  1. #16
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    Ok, it's not letting me up screenshots
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ashalon1 View Post
    Ok, it's not letting me up screenshots
    screenshots have to be a certain type, like, jpg, png, etc. And they have to be a certain size.
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    219 Kb? not going. lol so it's not the size.
    Even dropped it so far to 46.


    Dual cards>
    https://ibb.co/R9CRj0j

    Single

    https://ibb.co/5Rg8Xmx

    Hope that will suffice.
    Last edited by Ashalon1; June 5th, 2019 at 03:58 PM.

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    2x8 splitter in but it still crashes. Pretty sure I'm overdwrawing the power supply. Runs at about 700 max on both cards plus all peripherals and the current PSU I think is 750, so yeah. It's pushing it. Oooh, 675 on the PSU but all the rails for it look good.

    +5 is 30
    3.3 is 24
    +12 is 52
    -12 is 0.5
    and the 5v is 2.5a

    Yeah, I'm killing it.
    Last edited by Ashalon1; June 6th, 2019 at 03:20 PM.

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    Yeah, 650 ain't good with two video cards and or with only one, when you count how many other things are plugged into the computer, i.e., USB devices, like printers, scanners, etc, speakers. plus any other equipment, DVD drives. Will pull power from that power supply. I've seen a Dell that wouldn't recognize a DVD drive because the PSU wasn't strong enough.
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    Have you ever heard of this site? It will tell you what you need to play certain games with your computer:

    https://outervision.com/power-supply-calculator
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