Re: PSU Issue (fixed)
The weird thing about this is that most people fail to understand the concept. 99% of times, when something powers off during usage indicates that the PSU is at fault. But people keep insisting on "change drivers/Change Antialiasing/Change mouse" or whatever irrelevant suggestion they can think of. Over at these forums, another user has the same problem as you did, it's been 10 replies so far and not a single person has suggested it might be the PSU... I don't get it.
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