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Right now I have nothing overclocked. share|improve this answer edited May 5 '13 at 20:02 Ярослав Рахматуллин 6,9142555 answered Dec 10 '10 at 18:34 Xantec 2,09711014 1 As I noted in my question, this problem of If you indeed do not have any other add on cards (if you do, remove them now), disable all optional equipment in the bios. Gonna switch to a 7200/10000 rpm or an SSD (if I can find $500 for a 1tB SSD!) - Switched to 500 gB Samsung 840 series SSD - WOW!!! navigate here

Share the link here, I will do an attempt to find and show you the cause of your problem. Based on past experience I would pin the blame on a blown capacitor in your power supply unit (PSU) but I would suggest checking all the capacitors in your computer, in If it runs fine for a while then put one more in and so on until you get the problem again. dlaxApr 24, 2012, 8:15 AM No crashing have occurred since updating audio drivers. http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/342582-31-random-freezes-load-identify-component-failing


permalinkembedsavegive gold[–]TealcLOL5820K, GTX 1080 FTW[S] 0 points1 point2 points 10 months ago(2 children)The watt meter I used went between the computer and the outlet in the wall, so it only measured the watt solved Computer randomly turns off when under heavy load (mostly games) solved SLI set-up crashes computer under heavy load! I'm grateful for any advice. Troubleshooting can be done: Download the setup from Windows Performance Analysis Tools for your Windows version.

RaiddinnApr 16, 2012, 6:26 AM You could just borrow a PSU from somebody. But not likely the problem in this case. –Mike Chess Dec 16 '10 at 5:10 add a comment| up vote 1 down vote I went through this process last year. Sorry it's taken me so long to continue with this but the holidays and work have limited my time. Test in safe mode, does it still happen?

the problems i have is that it momenterilly freezes,or hangs as i put it. Make sure all possible drivers are indeed current. I think at this point I am going to try physically removing the GPUs one at a time, and then the sticks of RAM and see if it won't crash then. http://www.techsupportforum.com/forums/f210/solved-computer-freezes-up-under-load-930026.html GPU temp of 65°C seems too high if it was idle.

How about clean boot What happens in safe mode, etc? The computer would just very suddenly freeze, especially during gaming, and moments later, my Xbox One controller attached to my computer would start blinking, letting me know it had disconnected.This happened Thanks! 12-13-2014, 12:42 PM #5 Masterchiefxx17 Microsoft MVPMicrosoft Team ModeratorArticles Team ManagerHardware Team Moderator Join Date: Feb 2010 Location: Wisconsin, USA Posts: 37,360 OS: Windows 10 Professional But I doubt that there is aproblem with it.


Forcing a crash to create a dump Troubleshooting via Dump reports Troubleshooting hardware related crashes share|improve this answer edited Mar 6 '14 at 16:33 answered Dec 10 '10 at 18:07 KronoS Rules Rule #1 Harassment of others is strictly forbidden. Memtest Thanks much! Computer Type PC/Desktop System Manufacturer/Model Number self built OS Windows 8.1 Update 1 CPU AMD FX-8350 Motherboard Gigabyte GA-990FXA-UD7 Rev. 3 Memory 16 GB Graphics Card Zotac GTX 770 Amp 2

solved Computer randomly freezes under load! check over here It could be that your northbridge has a problem (motherboard diagram). You don't necessarily need a PC to be a member of the PCMR. I have 2 GPUs.

in laptop(8x00M) series. Build details: AMD A8-7600 Kaveri Quad-Core 3.1GHz (3.8GHz Turbo) FM2+ MSI A88X-G43 FM2+/FM2 AMD A88X(Bolton D4) ATX G.SKILL 8GB (2 x 4GB) DDR3 2133 CORSAIR CX600M 600W ATX12V v2.3 MSI R9 Niether had I left the case open nor had I adapted the cooling system. his comment is here It has since become troublesome.

We do it 10 times before we do that. Check and blow into every plug in the PC. In fact, of the last 5 freezes over the past month, 4 of them have been while watching a video on Flickr.

Also, please clarify what you are saying that Sathya♦ didn’t already say in his comment on Dec 10, 2010 at 21:36. –Scott Jun 27 '13 at 23:57 add a comment| up

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The second fan is pointed directly at the two video cards. If you are looking for some help on what to look for take a look at this Tom's Hardware review of sub $40 cooling solutions. Drivers & Hardware Report: Windows 8.1 causing heavy mouse lag in some PC gamReport: Windows 8.1 causing heavy mouse lag in some PC games - Neowin Windows 8 News cpu over weblink Maybe it's faulty and needs an RMA?

Can't tell if it's my PSU or just overheating? When such a lockup occurs I have to do a hard reboot by either turning off the computer or hitting the reset button. It provides 1050 w while the whole pc at it's absolute peak consumes 450 w (measured it once, components have not changed since). Prime 95 Blend test stresses RAM the most - so that's automatically a suspect.

If multiple OSes experience the same problem, I'd lean towards hardware, although I'd guess that both are using the same video driver.