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    Default Re: ASrock FM2A88X-itx+ with A10-7850K overheating problem

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    Disable the on-die GPU, "Onboard Grapics" in BIOS if you're not using it, but instead are using that R7 PCI-E card as the BIOS shows is also set for.
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    Disable the on-die GPU, "Onboard Grapics" in BIOS if you're not using it, but instead are using that R7 PCI-E card as the BIOS shows is also set for.
    I was actually hoping to use dual graphics so I didn't disable it. I do have the CPU fan plugged in CPU1. I have tried to put it to maximum but it had small difference. The PSU part makes me confuse. I understand why a too small PSU would cause the pc to be unstable and reboot etc but why would it cause overheat??? Is there a better PSU on the market I can get for the Antec or would I have to change the whole case?

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    The R7 250(65w draw std 250) alone is recommended a 300w PSU, and that 300w rec doesn't even take into acct the remaining systems power needs.

    Ohhhhh, don't even start up with talking of dual graphics till you get a more robust and more fitting PSU. The one you have now the R7 draws appx half the available rail as it stands. And that's not accounting for this 150w PSU straining now to output whats demanded. Meaning my guess is the air blowing out the pSU's exhaust has to be, just has to be I'll venture, rather warm.

    To say you're over-taxing that Antec 150w PSU, in your computers current config, will be the understatement of the year.

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    From XFX - United Kingdom - AMD Radeon? R7 250
    Requirements:
    Minimum Power Supply Requirement : 400 watt


    With a dual video card setup, you probably need a 650 - 750 watt power supply.

    Go to eXtreme Power Supply Calculator and take the time to fill in all of the information to help determine how powerful your power supply needs to be.

    Then you need to read psu reviews from JonnyGuru, HardOCP, HardwareSecrets, PCPER or TechPowerUp to see which power supplies get their recommendation.
    Most psu review sites do a poor job evaluating power supplies.

    Copied from wardog's signature, item #3:
    Consider your PSU to be the foundation upon which all else is built upon. Anything built upon a weak foundation is poorly built.

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    Thank you guys, I will try all of the above recommendations you have mentioned and get back to you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by - wardog - View Post
    And that's not accounting for this 150w PSU straining now to output whats demanded.
    ie: As this PSU in it's ever so valiant attempts at powering everything begins heating internally due to stressing/over taxing, it's actual output will lower due to its heating. The fan I'm guessing is working it's tail off, with not much effect.

    New it was good for 150w. Aging reduces that somewhat over time. And now what with it being over-taxed who know what she puts out after she's hot. Don't start with the PSU has a fan that should cool it, as that fan was spec'd for normal operating parameters. Not what you're doing with it/asking of it now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by slekkas View Post
    Thank you guys, I will try all of the above recommendations you have mentioned and get back to you.
    See #3 in my Sig below. Whatever it shows for a recommended PSU rating I would add 100-150w to that and from there begin looking at well know reputable brands of PSU's.

    You're in Greece I see. But if you need help or recommendations before buying feel free to return and post what you have available to purchase.
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    #3 - Please use the eXtreme Outer Vision Power Supply Calculator found HERE to determine if it might be your PSU at issue.
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    Quote Originally Posted by - wardog - View Post
    ie: As this PSU in it's ever so valiant attempts at powering everything begins heating internally due to stressing/over taxing, it's actual output will lower due to its heating. The fan I'm guessing is working it's tail off, with not much effect.

    New it was good for 150w. Aging reduces that somewhat over time. And now what with it being over-taxed who know what she puts out after she's hot. Don't start with the PSU has a fan that should cool it, as that fan was spec'd for normal operating parameters. Not what you're doing with it/asking of it now.
    I'm not starting anything. What you are saying makes sense so I must try to find different solution. I think my best bet will be another case that can hold a regular PSU since I don't think I can find a bigger PSU for this case.

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    I just did a quickie run at that PSU Calculator. 290w. If you can find a good named 400-450-500w PSU in your price range and fits the ISK go for it. You certainly need a PSU.
    #1 - Please, when seeking help, enter the make and model of ALL parts that your system is comprised of in your Signature, or at least the model #'s in your System Specs, then "Save' it.
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    #3 - Please use the eXtreme Outer Vision Power Supply Calculator found HERE to determine if it might be your PSU at issue.
    ____Consider your PSU to be the foundation from which all else is built upon. Anything built upon a weak foundation is poorly built.

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    Quote Originally Posted by slekkas View Post
    I'm not starting anything.
    Pardon me. I get carried away in replying ocassionaly while make my points.

    Sorry for that there. Please excuse me, and my words chosen. It wasn't intentional.

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