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Login now. But i'm fearing the worst and the fact that the problem might not go away :-/I don't have any extra computers laying around to swap hardware with. Don't want to be relegated to playing non-steam-store games. Please look at the last tier in the attached two links which talk about dependable and not-dependable power supplies.https://community.newegg.com/eggxpert/computer_hardware/f/135081/t/45344.aspx?Redirected=truehttp://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-1804779/power-supply-unit-tier-list.htmlMight be necessary to upgrade to a tier 1,2, or 2b supply. his comment is here

I'm not sure but this is making me think even more that it might be the psu. Facebook Google+ Twitter YouTube Subscribe to TechSpot RSS Get our weekly newsletter Search TechSpot Trending Hardware The Web Culture Mobile Gaming Apple Microsoft Google Reviews Graphics Laptops Smartphones CPUs Storage Cases Polearm Master Paladin casting spells with a polearm in hand Is it possible to make an alloy that melts at low temperatures and solidifies at high temperatures? I have done clean installs of the latest drivers in case they did not install properly. http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/my-computer-crashes-while-playing-video-games-solid-color-looping-noise.172189/

Once you install and run SpeedFan, after it opens up, click on the S.M.A.R.T. Stress tested gpu, ran for 2 hours no problems. I am poor with knowing hardware. MmmBacon View Public Profile Visit MmmBacon's homepage!

I cannot predict when it will happen, it just seems random. Memory is out of the way. If so, try swapping out your Thermaltake with that unit and see if anything different happens.It could be the video card. Octojay View Public Profile Search User Find More Posts by Octojay Find Threads by Octojay 11-27-2012, 06:23 AM #4 sfade Join Date: Jan 2009 Reputation: 986 Posts: 2,136 Quote:

Join the community here, it only takes a minute. Perhaps just send in a support ticket to Gigabyte to see if they have any idea.neatfeatguyIs this function also in xp? shnizzagaOct 18, 2013, 6:09 PM vreazan said: Going to try a psu swap when I can. http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-1735622/random-crashes-randomly-colored-screen-computer-unresponsive.html Often times people's advice point to either the psu or the motherboard being the ultimate issue, which is what I'm leaning towards now.The way I see it is that I have

My Specs/Build: EVGA Geforce GTX 650Ti Boost (Overclocked) MSI Z87-G43 Motherboard Intel i5-4670k @3.40GHz Corsair GS700 Gaming series 8GB Rip jaws gaming series ram Roswell challenger medium case Windows 7 Ultimate We are pretty sure it wasn't the GPU chipset itself that was getting to warm, but some other peripheral part on the video card. You could try installing a small game that you know has issues on an external flash drive or something. Install the software, then click on settings, click on the Fan tab.

The other is a Samsung P2770FH ToC 27" running at 1920 x 1080. Continued Sometimes I am not able to boot my system up for a few minutes, it randomly won't detect my OS SSD. I had to hard boot it to get it to reset and when the damn thing powered back on all of my files were gone. As soon as I saved it it crashed.One other oddity that has popped up is that my windows explorer, aka the desktop, has crashed and been bogged down a couple times

warm black screen randomly. http://wphomeguide.com/my-computer/my-computer.php I can't find it, if it is¿I formatted before i got the chance to do the disk error checking in vista. (I was forced to format, vista kept crashing 10secs after I am ready to change the video card's slot but I am not sure if my motherboard is ok with that. My drivers for the video card are the most up to date available.

same thing everytime. Well, the PCI-E x16 slot does feed 3.3 and, if memory serves me correctly, 5 volt to the video card (Older top notch PSU carried a lot of amp. CSXLoser5 years [email protected] is the HX1050. http://wphomeguide.com/my-computer/my-computer-crashes-i-keep-getting-an-error-message-involving-bccode.php I used to run 1280x1024, but pushing more pixels doesn't seem to stress my GPU any more than before; the temperature increase was negligible if at all.

I have seen ram that was going bad cause crashes after several minutes of game playing. My CPU temp idles around 28C and under load gets to about 50c. The screen changes to one solid color, which varies (off the top of my head I can remember seeing solid green, magenta, etc..) and the sound blares a single tone.

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This one is a noodle scratcher. Logged Print Pages: [1] Go Up « previous next » Computer Hope » Microsoft » Microsoft Windows » Windows Vista and 7 » Screen freezes random solid color Old Forum I was starting to really think this had to be something with league and software related; however, the two crashes with no stressful programs running seems to rule this out.At this A tale of two sources: Is TLS *defense* against Man-in-the-Middle, or not?

I wont know if its a driver issue since this old GPU is ATI not nvidia but it shouldnt be a driver problem if i continued to had errors on everysingle Octojay View Public Profile Search User Find More Posts by Octojay Find Threads by Octojay 11-27-2012, 10:23 PM #10 MmmBacon Join Date: Oct 2010 Reputation: 641 Posts: 972 I Browse other questions tagged windows-7 crash or ask your own question. check over here The error will probably be found under Applications or System (once you're in Event Viewer) but look at all of them if you can't it in those two.

You can eliminate the HDD and GPU by swapping. While the game is actually running, not while I'm still in the menu. Fan control doesn't work anymore for some reasonbut before that, the temp peaked at 60-65º degrees.I've updated firmware on the mobo, the drivers for the onboard sound, tried old as new Yahoo answers you.

I've installed all the up-to-date drivers for everything. Nicki1984Member Since: April 24, 2009Posts: 25Nicki1984FollowForum Posts: 25Followed by: 0Reviews: 0 Stacks: 0Forum Karma: 0#7 Posted by Nicki1984 (25 posts) - 7 years, 7 months agoYou weren't able to go into When the game crashes, it should leave an entry there. I would set a minimum fan speed of about 43% @ 40C, 50%@50C, 60%@60C, and I think that 650 will max out at 73% shortly thereafter (about 65C).Repost please, let us

Success! I say those because with my problem, the Colin Mcrae game did not crash. REMEMBER, it needs to be a working PSU; preferably something out of an actual working PC. TechSpot Account Sign up for free, it takes 30 seconds.

Is this a recent change or has it been happening for a while?the setup is only two weeks old. And via using the keyboard shortcuts, I was able to see that pc was not stuck at all. When it does not show up, the computer gets stuck on the "Starting Windows" screen, I left it sitting there for 8-9 hours and when I had returned it had still

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