Turbo mode is a quickie type overclocking software; I dont think I ever saw a system that didnt crash when "Turbo mode" was used :laugh:
thats why the quickie overclocking settings are NEVER used by overclockers, the quickies will work on a lesser setting >>> i forget what the one step under turbo is ?
but you will not be able to overclcok much with such a limited power supply, overclocking makes a power supply work very hard, if the supply is not a high quality one with plenty of over sizing (650 watt and above) the result is often times a crashing system
BTW: I did not mean to imply excess heat was YOUR problem; I was trying to explain, cheap power supplies get their rating while they are being testing in a very air conditioned room, where they can output more power. then when you put them in a normal condition without very cool air being forced into the computer box their capabilities drop substantially
look inside your case, you power supply gets its "fresh" air from within the inside of your box! how cold is that air ? :laugh::4-thatsba
the fan coming out the back of the power supply is an exaust fan, the supply intake air comes from within
that why such a drastic drop in the real output of a power supply, no matter what electric component you speak of, even eleicitrical distribution panels, the hotter they get the less they can output........
get a good power supply worthy of your system, dont mess with any of the cheapies other than a select few on mwave.com / refurbished
Crysis is alot more demanding than CSS