Hey all, I'm running into a possilble voltage issue and I'm not sure why. I figurted there are probably some very knowledgable people here so it couldn't hurt to ask. First here are my system specs: WinXP Pro Intel P4 3.0 Ghz 2GB DDR RAM PC3200 FSB LanParty PRO875 board (Canterwood I believe) 2 120 GB SATA drives running RAID 0 1 120 GB IDE drive 1 DVD-Rom drive 1 CD-R/RW drive BFG Tech Mad Dog GeForce FX5200 Ultra 128MB AGP Video Card Delta 66 PCI Audio Card 420W PSU I have been using this PC for almost a year for digital audio production and have had no issue at all. Today I installed World Of Warcraft. When I started watching the intro movie, my Winbond Hardware Doctor would very briefly display a warning message and then disappear. I finally caught one, and it looks like my +3.3V is dipping just below my low limit, which is set at 3.10. I believe the warning I caught said 3.07. The +3.3V is generally steady around 3.18 when the system is idle, and I have never had this warning come up during extensive use of my audio applications, which can be pretty demanding. I'm not sure if this means the system is not getting enough power, but I would have thought 420W would be plenty. I am running about 6 case fans and also a UV light. I should also mention that today is the first day I am using dual displays with my video card. I'm not sure if this would affect system voltage, but I felt I should mention it. I have not yet started playing the game, but I'm afraid that this issue could continue. I've read around the net that some people were not happy with the FX5200. I'm hoping my video card does not need to be replaced. I'm not sure what to do at this point, as hardware is not my strongest area of expertise. Any info or advice is greatly appreciated. Thanks!