I was wondering if I could get some help here. I'd say, that I've just bought a brand new computer. I've been desperately trying to find the source of the problem, but so far I was unsuccessful. I have a monitoring utility (Asus probe), that alerts me, when something is out of range. When I start one of the newest games available (e.g. Deus Ex - Invisible War) (something, that uses heavy 3D) my 12V begins increasing. After one or two minutes, it reaches the +10% limit (13.2V). The Asus probe warns me with the alarm. First I thought, that it must be showing a false value, so I ignored the warning, and continued playing. After some seconds the system kind of hung. But just as I was to reboot, the display came back in 640*480 16 colors, and I got the following error message: "Microsoft Windows has detected a hardware error, and thereafter stabilized. Save your unsaved works, and restart the system, to regain the full stability." Actually my Windows is not English, so this is just an approximate translation. I've checked the Asus probe, and it showed a maximum of 13.312V. Here are some details about my comp: MB: ASUS A7V600 (+integrated sound) CPU: AMD ATHLON XP BARTON 3000+ (on 2.2GHz) RAM: 1024MB DRIVES: 2* 60GB MAXTOR HDD (7200rpm) 1* (40x) TEAC CD-ROM 1* DVD-RW 1* FLOPPY DRIVE CARDS: 1* REALTEK 10/100 ETHERNET LAN CARD PSU: 300W My guess is, that my 300W PSU is not capable of running this system. Anyone has any ideas?