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Now that I have my video card sorted I am having PSU issues.
It have a 550W OCZ Fatal1ty PSU http://www.newegg.ca/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817341022
My PC powered off yesterday and I noticed that the PSU was pretty hot. The fan was not spinning so I gave it a nudge and now it is going but making a horrible rattling sound. I suppose I could let it run its course, , I actually think the fan may not have been running for months. I was pushing some components pretty hard when it shut off.
I got this PSU a looong time ago and at at a good discount.
Am I looking at replacing it with the same type of thing or are there better PSUs at a better price? Would I be overpaying for the cool red light effect? I know nothing about PSUs.
I would possibly consider running two cards at some point although for my needs it seems like just getting one card every two years or so seems to work out better price wise.
Any suggestions as to what I should be looking at?
I5 2500K (not over clocked)
7870 GPU (also not overclocked)
Wa min God! Se æx on min heafod is!