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    Default Re: A780gxe/128m please help me ;(

    Ok i will try.
    I already updated the bios, but that crash was before and after update.

    Thank you for taking your time for helping me :)

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    Default Re: A780gxe/128m please help me ;(

    I do believe the insufficient CPU wattage is the problem. Turning the cpu voltage up will only allow it to get hotter quicker. That does not increase the wattage of the motherboard properly. The cpu voltage is suppose to be a maximum of 1.3v and is running already a little over that specification. Raising it more will not help.
    Please let us know how it turns out.
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    Default Re: A780gxe/128m please help me ;(

    I must begin by saying I am sorry I believe I may have mislead you. I found out that AMD made 2 Phenom 9950 CPU's
    Official specification and information from AMD Phenom 9950 125W.
    Model Phenom 9950 BE 125W 1.Processor AMD Phenom
    2.OPN Tray HD995ZXAJ4BGH
    3.OPN Pib HD995ZXAGHBOX
    4.Operating Mode 32 Bit
    5.Operating Mode 64 Bit
    6.Voltages 1.05-1.30
    7.Max Temps (C) 61'C
    8.Wattage 125 W

    Official specification and information from AMD Phenom 9950 140W
    Model Phenom 9950 BE 140W
    1.Processor AMD Phenom™ X4 Quad-Core
    2.OPN Tray HD995ZFAJ4BGH
    3.OPN Pib HD995ZFAGHBOX
    4.Operating Mode 32 Bit
    5.Operating Mode 64 Bit
    6.Voltages 1.05-1.30
    7.Max Temps (C) 64'C
    8.Wattage 140 W
    I now believe you have the 125Watt version.
    You may want to check to see which you have. It should have the part number on top of the cpu and somewhere on the box.
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    Default Re: A780gxe/128m please help me ;(

    A good aftermarket CPU fan would help. I also know of a program that will allow you to decrease the CPU voltage in Windows. This helps decrease the temperature as well. I believe your BIOS will allow you to adjust the voltage up, but I don't believe it will allow you adjust it down. If you decide you would like to try lowering CPU VID or voltage to 1.3v the program is ↓Phenom MSR Tweaker↓. It is below. You can download and install it from that web page free of charge. ---------------- PhenomMsrTweaker: Cool & Quiet customized -----------
    Please forgive my ignorance and let us know how it goes.
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    Default Re: A780gxe/128m please help me ;(

    CPU: HD995ZXAGHBOX: AMD Phenom 9950 QUAD-CORE 125 AM2+4mb
    Forgot to say that i get critical kernel-power event id 41 in event log after crash.

    That what it says:The system has rebooted without cleanly shutting down first. This error could be caused if the system stopped responding, crashed, or lost power unexpectedly.

    So my PSU is cousing this porblem?

    I have very big fan on cpu and i can change the speed with a switch on my PC.
    So my cpu is almost always cool.

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    Default Re: A780gxe/128m please help me ;(

    It could be the PSU. I would'nt rule that out.
    I noticed a hot cpu core max 50°C on all cores. You may want to look at cpuz → CPUID - System & hardware benchmark, monitoring, reporting
    and compair with mine or other AMD Phenom 9950 be's.
    AMD Phenom X4 9950 and 9350e Quad-Core Processor Review - Phenom Processors Get a Speed Bump - Legit Reviews
    I believe the cores are getting a little hot due to that 1.4v cpu overvoltage. If you will try 1.3v or even 1.35v It could make a large difference.

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    Default Re: A780gxe/128m please help me ;(



    Are you listening to me? i sayd that my cpu is not heating up or overheating.

    Im sticking up with PSU problem,becouse psu provides power to pc.And it's power problem (kernel-power 41)
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    OK I here you (kernal-power 41) A Microsoft Windows error message.
    Windows Kernel event ID 41 error in Windows 7 or in Windows Server 2008 R2: “The system has rebooted without cleanly shutting down first”
    Scenario 3: The system randomly restarts and no Stop error BugcheckCode is listed, or the computer is completely unresponsive (hard hang)
    To check whether this scenario is occurring, press the CAPS LOCK key on the keyboard. When you do this, if the CAPS LOCK light on the keyboard does not change when you press the CAPS LOCK key, the computer may be completely unresponsive (hard hang).
    This scenario usually indicates a problem with the hardware. Another possibility is that a driver may cause this problem. To help isolate the problem, check the following items:
    Overclocking: Disable overclocking and see whether the issue happens when the system is run at the correct speed.
    Check the memory: Verify the memory by using a memory checker. Verify that each memory chip is the same speed and that it is configured correctly in the system.
    Power Supply: Make sure that the power supply has enough wattage to appropriately handle the installed devices. If you added memory, installed a newer processor, installed additional drives, or added external devices, such devices may require more energy than the current power supply can provide consistently.
    Overheating: Check whether the system is overheating by examining the internal temperature of the hardware
    .
    Defaults: Use system defaults, and run the system.
    Thanks for the CPUZ image. So the cpu is 1.3Ghz at 1.336v. I wonder what the voltage is at 2.6Ghz? This one is 1.8Ghz at 1.18v At 2.6v it is 1.28v That one was showing 1.4v high. AMD suggest 1.3v max. Please excuse me for bending your ear a little. I just thought you may want to research it a little. Please let us know how it comes out with the new PSU.
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    Default Re: A780gxe/128m please help me ;(

    Maiby gonna borrow from someone better power supply and test it.
    I let you know if it will work

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    Default Re: A780gxe/128m please help me ;(

    Well, there's 2 different types of Phenom x4 9950, 125W and 140W. Also that board is supposed to handle 140W CPUs and both of those Phenom 9950s.

    ASRock > Products > A780GXE/128M

    If you have another PSU you could test this build on (loaner from a neighbour/friend perhaps), I recommend trying that. Also you can try remove/change all USB devices you have connected (remove only ones you don't need for computer to start). If you have any extra PCI cards you can test removing them one by one too.

    The temperatures/voltages shown in your capture seemed quite okay.

    For taking a temperature graph while playing try Everest trial version. Install it and launch system stability test, start a game and play it for a bit, then switch to desktop before your computer hangs and screen capture the temperature curve.
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