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as I kept having bluescrees to everything... the tollerance got smaller and smaller time by time.I opened and RMA with AMD, sent the CPU, I had to be without a PC my self as I loaned my CPU Anyway, is it possible that reseating the CPU on the MoBo will help even when tempertures are right? Please check out our forum guidelines for info related to our community. this content

Computer keeps randomly Hard rebooting whilst playing games (and some programs) Computer Keeps Rebooting Randomly Computer Randomly Rebooting Whilst Gaming Tom's Hardware Around the World Tom's Hardware Around the World Denmark No, create an account now. It could be a sign of a PSU not being able to keep up, but I'd be surprised since it's 600W which should be enough. for my liking. this website

Only things left are MB/CPU/RAM or some random compatibility issue. I'm also gonna do a full re-install of Windows 7 for the third time just in case. Somehow, I think it's a timing issue with the memory itself. When I flashed my bios it solved the issue of the random restarting I had while gaming.

The studio 15 is almost going on three years and has always run perfectly smoothly for me. Check for any over heating Then deal with windows after your are positive there is no hardware problems. vVonderFeb 27, 2014, 9:02 PM I will see if that helps gamesturbator, but i don't think its an infection, as everything is brand new, there was no time for me to I've used both PC Health in BIOS, the supplied Gigabyte Utility and CoreTemp to check my temperatures.

but I will test all 3 to see if one of them is. I haven't turned off services in ages so if you could kindly point me in the right direction, that'd be helpful. Edited by Panic Drill, 23 July 2014 - 02:57 PM. 0 #12 Panic Drill Posted 23 July 2014 - 03:04 PM Panic Drill Member Topic Starter Member 21 posts From SPeccy Full Review Crucial Storage Executive, Version 3.38 Reviewed by AlphaC Pros Provides SSD SMART Status , total TB written, firmware information (for all manufacturers) Shows overall drive health and model

Deliver it to the customer, he tries it out, and then 3 hours later calls me and says the PC has rebooted 3 times without warning..... PC or TV 2)sounds my have shortting going on under the MB or faulty start/reset switches. I've been having problems with my pc restarting, event log shows Event 41 Kernel Power. Best answer theco0nMay 29, 2013, 9:50 PM jd000 said: theco0n said: jd000 said: theco0n said: Try updating your motherboard Bios.

i would start by downloading and running memtest.http://www.memtest86.com/download.htmthe site has instructions for using this. https://www.reddit.com/r/buildapc/comments/2srq5w/troubleshooting_brand_new_build_random_restarts/ This is when I started noticing the restarts. If I had to guess the problem is a faulty power supply, but two in the row from Corsair? 6 answers Last reply May 30, 2013 Best Answer May 29, 2013 I have a 750W Power supply from corsair.

About your last sentece... http://wphomeguide.com/new-build/new-build-not-going-well.php Still having bad luck with computers I guess. If automatic restart is enabled, it may just power cycle without flushing the disk cache. I checked the pins of the cpu and every pin is in perfect condition, yet im still terrified, and the cpu is still glued to the heatsink, i will have to

EDIT: On second thought, wouldn't MemTest86+ reboot (run from DOS) if there was a short? Attached Thumbnails 0 #15 Panic Drill Posted 23 July 2014 - 03:24 PM Panic Drill Member Topic Starter Member 21 posts It was the voltages in Speccy that caught my attention What else can I do?I will also leave Prime 95 and Unigine Heaven on all day to test more stability. have a peek at these guys Even after I tested them for 4 hours, I swapped them out with another kit and no problems to this day. (You must log in or sign up to reply

I unplugged the reset wire to see if there was a short but it didn't work. So windows does ask for the registration key still, but that's fine I can do when I'm ready. Event viewer has had no help but consistent errors include wininnit and custom dynamic link libraries.

I was thinking possibly PSU.....

i5 4690k, MSI Z97 PC MATE mobo, 212 evo cooler, MSI GTX 970, basic 8gb ram,Corsair CX 600W 80+ Bronze psu The main problem im having is random restarts. Yet the thing is, I didn't just check the ram, for the problem to be the ram (that was running in my previously healthy system, as it is the only component Greg The Worshipful Master 5960X (14 items) Server 2012 R2 Plex Home Media Server (10 items) CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAMIntel i7-5960XASUS Rampage V ExtremeEVGA GTX 980 Ti ClassifiedCorsair Vengeance I then tried running it directly off the wall incase my battery backup just didn't have enough umphh to keep the new psu happy when the cpu needed more juice or

For the record, I've got a very sharp eye (my job demands it) and I've seen *NO* flash of a BSoD on these reboots; it's like someone just hit the reset I've left my computer on at home today with a firefox splash screen and will see what it's like in about 9 hours when I get home. Thats life huh!PD: I have read a post in a forum with a very similar problem, please read it and see if you can return me any useful information from it: http://wphomeguide.com/new-build/new-build-please-help.php UPDATE: The PC literally just BSOD'd whilst typing out my success story.

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