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    Default Re: 9600GT Problem (PCI-E Link @ x1)

    Ya, I had to look up your last link. That site does not show the rail amounts

    That one is only 18A on each rail, and is a triple rail which is also not good.

    Why 100 or more is better, because it is the MOST IMPORTANT Part of your System

    This is a good one at that store above (it has single 35A 12V rail) >>>
    Canada Computers - Power Supplies/Management > Desktop Power Supplies : PC Power & Cooling (PPCS500D) Silencer 500W ATX12V / EPS12V SLI Ready 80 PLUS Certified Active PFC Power Supply.

    Hey you can also shop Newegg.ca or Tigerdirect.ca, you do live there right? Newegg.ca would be a much better store >>>
    Newegg.ca - Computer Parts, PC Components, Laptop Computers, Digital Cameras and more!

    Not as good as newegg >>>
    TigerDirect.ca - Computers, Computer Parts, Computer Accessories, PC Components & Electronics

    Here is some good choices at newegg.ca >>>>
    Newegg.ca - PC Power & Cooling Silencer PPCS500 500W ATX12V / EPS12V SLI Ready CrossFire Ready 80 PLUS Certified Active PFC Power Supply - Power Supplies
    Newegg.ca - PC Power & Cooling Silencer PPCS500D 500W ATX12V / EPS12V SLI Ready CrossFire Ready 80 PLUS Certified Active PFC Power Supply - Power Supplies

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    Default Re: 9600GT Problem (PCI-E Link @ x1)

    Holy ****!

    Theres a canadian new egg now?

    Wow!

    lol just a few months ago there wasent

    Thank u for lettin me no, im so hapy it opened right be4 i bout a pc lol :D
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    Default Re: 9600GT Problem (PCI-E Link @ x1)

    Another couple of good Canadian internet outlets are NCIX.com and Memory Express Computers - Computer Parts & Laptop Computers in Canada . I've looked at the Newegg.ca website a couple of times and although they do carry a large selection their pricing in Canadian dollars just didn't seem compairable yet.
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    Default Re: 9600GT Problem (PCI-E Link @ x1)

    Ur right newegg.ca sucks balls

    Canada Computers still has the best prices as always :)

    There MUCH beter than Computer Planet.

    Plus i get a good warrenty with them :D

    Thats funny. They dont even have razor mice so there selection sucks aswell.\

    Dammit, I have to wait until friday to buy it :(
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    Default Re: 9600GT Problem (PCI-E Link @ x1)

    But you wont get Newegg's Great RMA and customer service. I dislike NCIX as it always seems anything I want be it one thing or more costs 20+ to ship

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    Default Re: 9600GT Problem (PCI-E Link @ x1)

    Look:

    ASUSTeK Computer Inc.-Support-

    i get recommnded 500 watts

    after i upgrade it more 650 (sli ,beter ram ,beter cpu)


    So im gunna get a 650 i guess :)


    cc hads really service to :P

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    Default Re: 9600GT Problem (PCI-E Link @ x1)

    Yeah. Thats what im afraid of. I hope i can RMA it. Although, i might be able to fix with overclockin or whatever, i really dont know what im doin :(

    Im just hopin for the best, mabey its just the dell motherboard :)

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    Default Re: 9600GT Problem (PCI-E Link @ x1)

    Nope. dont no anyone with a pc with pci x16 lol

    Damn canada computers dont even have most of the stuff i want so
    they had to order it. Could take up to buisness 5 days :(

    I want to RMA it now as my dad didint send it for the rebate because
    aperently my cards not on there list on the website lol
    he even phoned canada coputers and they said they were gunna phone back but they never did. But im goin to see if it works in the new motherboard first, and if it dosent then im gunna send it.

    btw, how do i send it i? i just put it in the anti static bag then in buble rap and box it and sent it to kfa2?Im gunna ask canada computers to :) like, do they automaticly fix the card or do i have to write a letter sayin whats wrong with it? I just hope it works because if it dosent it probably gunna be like 3 weeks mabey even alot more before i get to play on my new system :(

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