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Alirissa Arji
Posted - 2011.08.15 00:48:00 - [181]
 

Edited by: Alirissa Arji on 15/08/2011 00:49:06
So...

System Specs:
Intel Core I5 2500k @ stock. with stock cooler(never goes above 48c even at turbo 3.7, even with two copies of eve in CQ AND guildwars AND League of legends running all at once.)
MSI Z68A-GD65 Motherboard
G.skill Ripjaws X 1600 8gb(2x4gb)RAM
EVGA GTX 260(Reaches about 77C with above load setup.)
Kingwin Lazer Gold 850 watts Power supply unit(PSU)


Everything is max. Not sure whats wrong, but if you have pc problems, look up overclockers for help with hardware. your Power supply unit is probably to blame, from the sounds of most of your problems with entire systems dying. Spike in voltage of 300 or so=death to pc.

You may not overclock your stuff, but because of their overclocking experience, they have a wealth of knowledge involving pc failure, so you may find useful info.

Toramaline
Posted - 2011.08.15 21:01:00 - [182]
 

Having the same issues as reported by many players, my gpu gets to 107' when running eve (max temp with any other game 92 or 93') and at that point it just switches the laptop off.
Have hoovered and made sure dust isn't the prob, up until incarna eve always played fine on my lappy but this issue is seriously getting worrying.
My fathers laptop has already burnt out whilst playing eve and again only whilst incarna was running.

EvE software is now something I will seriously start to question.

Oh and before peeps say "it's your equipment" I've played eve successfully on this lappy for over a year with no problems whatsoever.


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