(xelmarkx @ Jun 24 2004, 11:45 PM)i have no idea what you just said.
I don't know any "DDR 330" RAM modules, i even don't think it exists. For the 2500+ you need 333Mhz PC2700 DDR RAM modules
' ">http://www.ec.kingston.com/eco...ngPNFind&submit=Search at least. You can use CPU-Z
' ">http://cpuid.com/cpuz to know what RAM you are using and other system's info.
The other things i was talking about were BIOS settings related to Video Card: AGP Frequency (66Mhz is the stock freq for most Gfx) ; AGP voltage (maybe your video card needs more "power" to run stable) and AGP Fast Write (in some systems, this feature can bring stability problems). For a guy that consider his "computer knowledge to be slightly above a normal persons" you do need a lot of info dude... no, i'm just messing with you
The freezings are usually related to PSU, RAM and "bad" Video drivers but, it can also be Video Card's fault.
As you have changed the PSU (power supply unit) lets put it appart for the moment. That leaves us with, Video Card, RAM and drivers. I have just tell what you can do for the Vcard; for the RAM i suggest you test it with memtest86
' ">http://memtest86.com while you sleep. You've updated the graphic drivers but i have to ask what exactly were those drivers? You should update both mobo's chipset and V.card drivers, you can do it here
' ">http://www.nvidia.com/content/drivers/drivers.asp. if you don't have the WinXP SP1, you can update the display drivers at least (search the nVidia's website).