[quotemsg=17730274,0,1852902][quotemsg=17730228,0,1824006][quotemsg=17730215,0,1852902][quotemsg=17730121,0,1824006][quotemsg=17730112,0,1852902]That one is junk,
get this one:
85 euros is a little expensive... Any cheaper alternatives?
Thats the cheapest one I would buy there. I looked through all of them. The quality difference between the one you picked and that one is a world of difference.
If you can afford a gaming PC you can afford to properly power it, PSU's are the #1 overlooked item in building one, and they have the most impact on stability and performance of anything.
If I only buy new fans, will my problem still exist?[/quotemsg]
Yup. first off without heatsinks to dissipate heat extra fans may slow the problem SLIGHTLY but not enough to notice. And it doesn't cure the actual problem, that you have a cheap PSU that probably isn't even providing the wattage it says. Now your system doesn't need a ton of power, but AMD FX chips are power hungry. This processor maxes out your board (it tops at 95w power delivery) and that said FX processors can draw more under full load. Its a common problem.
Now your best situation would be to replace the PSU and the board, but with only the choice of 1 if you do the PSU it will at least give everything the board can handle for your processor, that should clear up your issue.
Thanks man, I will order a PSU in one week. I will check back and tell when the problem is solved or still occurs.
But I think I will buy the CX one, because some other guy on a different forum said it is a pretty good PSU.