Alright. Ever since I got my new mobo, e6600, and 2gigs of DDR2, my graphics card has been giving me massive amounts of artifacts in EVERY single game I played. I am an ***** since I hadn't checked the voltages earlier. Apparently, everest says it should have +12v, but I only have +1V !!! This did not happen with my older computer. The molex connector that came with the video card is connected properly and all. I tried using one that is sticking out from the PSU, but unfortunately it doesn't work (theres 6 .. lines on the PSU one, instead of the 5-line molex that came with the video card). Is there something I can do to correct this thing? I've reinstalled drivers, reformatted, reseated the video card, etc. And no, my PSU isn't malfunctioning since all other voltages are normal. Specs: 7900GT 256mb 500W PSU 2gb ddr667 e6600 160GB HDD Gigabyte GA-965P-DS3 I've heard that the gigabyte mobo has some power issues... can't find a solution though. Field Value Sensor Properties Sensor Type ITE IT8712F (ISA 290h) GPU Sensor Type Driver (NV-DRV) Temperatures Aux 30 °C (86 °F) GPU 46 °C (115 °F) Voltage Values CPU Core 2.27 V +2.5 V 2.64 V +3.3 V 3.20 V +5 V 4.76 V +12 V 3.20 V +5 V Standby 5.11 V Debug Info F FF FF FF Debug Info T 30 04 01 Debug Info V 8E A5 C8 B1 32 08 42 (77) Did some tests... It's not the PSU. I plugged the vid card into another seperate PSU and it still showed +1v only. It's not the power connector either. What else could cause the problem, besides the video card itself, or the motherboard?