Hi all, A couple of weeks ago, i mostly finished building my new PC. I say mostly because i have not bought my video cards yet. I am running on the IGP. Anyway, i am using red neons in my computer and have been since it was built. When i first powered on my PC, it wouldnt start, turning the neons off allowed the system to start and run flawlessly. I just assumed that it was due to a faulty inverter. The inverter was faulty, so i plugged the neons into an old inverter i have, i also plugged them into a different lead on the power supply and they have been working fine since. Now, today, i received the kit of blue neons that i purchased, with the intention to combine them with my red ones. I set them all up and turned the PC on. It started fine, but halfway through loading the desktop, the system just hung. I could still move the mouse around, but it just seemed like power to the hdd was lost, as it was not loading anything and the computer was unresponsive. So i restarted the computer and it got to the desktop fine this time, but i turned the neons on and off at the back to test if it would happen again, and it did. What could be the problem here, faulty power supply? I should have more then enough power as i am not even using video cards yet. It is a Corsair TX650W. Im pretty sure that unit should be able to handle 2 sets of CCFL's. What do you guys think? I find it strange that this is happening because with just one set of cathodes, the system is rock solid and passes prime95 and memtest with flying colors. Im fairly certain the new inverter or neons are not faulty. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks. Edit: I tried plugging the neons into different leads on the power supply, but that didnt change a thing. I also found that with them plugged in, the system takes alot longer to start. Something really isnt right here.