Hi everyone. I'm in a dilemma right now. I was using a 600VA (360W) Powercom UPS with my PC. However, when I overclocked my processor and played any game it would start beeping frantically. I presumed it was because it could not handle the power required to run the system. I anyway have an inverter at home for backup power when there's power outage. It also provides backup to my PC. (It's actually connected to one of the electrical points in my room into which I plug in my PC UPS.) So I decided to remove the UPS and purchased a cheap surge protector strip into which I plugged in my monitor and power supply (which were previously connected to the UPS). It was running fine for a couple of weeks. Today, while playing Modern Warfare 2, I heard a crackling sound from the surge suppressor and then the computer just shut down. I powered back up and after a while the same thing happened again. I have a feeling that the suppressor is damaged. As I said before it was a cheap one of local make. I'm wondering now whether I should get a new UPS or a better surge protector like Belkin. What would you guys suggest? If it's a UPS, what rating (VA and Watts) should I purchase? Thanks for reading through. Any ideas are greatly appreciated.