Alright, I'm having trouble with a computer I built more than three years ago. Up until this problem it's been dandy. It's an ASUS mobo with an athlon 2800. My problem is that about six months ago my computer booted up with a warning that the Radeon 9800 Pro's power connector was not plugged in. Upon inspecting the connector, I discovered that the slot on the very end (the red wire) had been completely scorched. Having plenty of left over power connectors, I simply plugged another in and went on with my business. I assumed that it had simply been some type of power surge (even though I use an APC surge protector). Fast forward to tonight and I got the same message again. Checking the connector reveals the same problem, the slot on the end, the red wire, has been fried. So my question is: Is my Radeon burning these out or is it the Antec True430w power supply? Is the power supply too weak? What do I need to replace?