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Problems playing WoW and Blizzard support (they say contact you)
But the guys said that if Windows "see" 1gb of ram but in real it is 512 WoW will try to access non-existent memory on the card and that this is BIOS problem or i should try stop HM."The issue has been identified and I would advise you to contact your card manufacturer. "
Just found out case is -CASE ATX 6330 400W...Nothing more..
I can play some new first person shooter for hours without any problem but WoW crash after 5 min playing...
Do you think it could be BIOS problem
or some issues between ATI drivers and WoW? There are plenty of users with ATI who suffer similar problems.
But its time to check power supply anyway.Will go service tomorrow and ask them change it or try with another one.
"Just found out case is -CASE ATX 6330 400W...Nothing more.."Doesn't it have a label on it with the specifications? +3.3V~??amps, +5V~??amps, +12V~??amps are the numbers you need to provide us with.Considering the fact that the PSU is rated at only 230W continuous I would think it's a piece of garbage. There is no way a PSU like that can stand up to any kind of a load.