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Old 06-14-2011, 11:50 AM   #41
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PC abuse alert!
HAHA!

I love it when people don't take care of their systems and they fail with overheating.

If cleaning does not work do this...
REPLACE YOUR FANS.
Graphic card and cpu fans can fail in time.
Replacing them is cheap and easy.
Love your expert analysis. I can now retire from the PC repair business in comfort.
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Old 06-14-2011, 12:06 PM   #42
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PC abuse alert!
HAHA!

I love it when people don't take care of their systems and they fail with overheating.

If cleaning does not work do this...
REPLACE YOUR FANS.
Graphic card and cpu fans can fail in time.
Replacing them is cheap and easy.
I'm going to guess you only read half of my post's, and other people their posts.

- Cleaning did not do anything.
- Fan's are fine, CPU fine is brand new.
- Graphic card and fan are both fine.
- My graphic card fan is in-replace able.

I'll have 500W PSU soon, and probaly everything will be fine then.
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Old 06-14-2011, 12:15 PM   #43
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Hi Don,

Did you do any check up on your hard disk? You can try this trial software
http://www.hdtune.com .I use it.

Might as well do a full check-up while you are at it. Just to rule out everything. Any blue screens? Oh and did you manage to get the overclocking off ?
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Hi Don,

Did you do any check up on your hard disk? You can try this trial software
http://www.hdtune.com .I use it.

Might as well do a full check-up while you are at it. Just to rule out everything. Any blue screens? Oh and did you manage to get the overclocking off ?
So far I didnt, turned bios to default.


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Reallocated Sector Count - Warning

Current Pending Sector - Warning

Any idea what these are?
HD tune found them in health sector.

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Old 06-14-2011, 04:04 PM   #45
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Reallocated sector count means that the system detected that a sector may be damaged . Is there a value with this? If the data value is 1 or 2 I would not worry. The Hard disk already handled and reallocated this sector. The drive could work problem free for years like that.

Current pending sector probably refers to the same 1 sector and means that it is unstable. Drives ship like this and is not an issue. The S.M.A.R.T in the hard disk will tag this sector . Again , nothing to worry about. The Hard disk handles this automatically.

Hard disks are often shipped with low numbers of defective sectors. The disks have spare sectors and quite often they are remapped by the drive automatically. If you saw no other issue you have nothing to worry about there.

Once the error scan (slow) discovers no bad areas , you are good to go.

If the numbers of reallocated sectors continue to grow quickly over time or are a large number then that drive will have to be looked at more closely. I don't think you have an issue there.

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Reallocated sector count means that the system detected that a sector may be damaged . Is there a value with this? If the data value is 1 or 2 I would not worry. The Hard disk already handled and reallocated this sector. The drive could work problem free for years like that.

Current pending sector probably refers to the same 1 sector and means that it is unstable. Drives ship like this and is not an issue. The S.M.A.R.T in the hard disk will tag this sector . Again , nothing to worry about. The Hard disk handles this automatically.

Hard disks are often shipped with low numbers of defective sectors. The disks have spare sectors and quite often they are remapped by the drive automatically. If you saw no other issue you have nothing to worry about there.

Once the error scan (slow) discovers no bad areas , you are good to go.

If the numbers of reallocated sectors continue to grow quickly over time or are a large number then that drive will have to be looked at more closely. I don't think you have an issue there.

Regards
Alright, yes everything seem's pretty alright besides those two in health scan.

Ill keep an eye on the reallocated sectors though.
Thanks again Art

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Old 06-14-2011, 06:36 PM   #47
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Oh I didn't notice you were running on Winblows.
It all makes sense now.

A new power source might help like you said too.
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Old 06-15-2011, 08:36 AM   #48
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Any recommendations for the PSU 400 - 500W, Art?

Budget is under 200 euro's.
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Old 06-15-2011, 08:48 AM   #49
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I use atm Cooler Master SilentPro M600. Pretty good one.

You can look at following ones too:

Seasonic SS-600ET
Corsair CMPSU-600CXEU
Xigmatek Silent 140mm fan NRP-PC602
Seasonic X-660 SS-660KM

I do not know if they are last generation with all effectiveness candy, but at least they will perform good.

You can read some good reviews at jonnyguru.com.
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Old 06-15-2011, 09:25 AM   #50
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Thanks ill have a look.

I dont care much about the generation, as long as they give perfect performance and have a good fan I'm good. :P

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I think ill go for the Cooler Master Silent Pro M600.

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