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    I saved a African town from apes with a wooden spoon TheJafaMan's Avatar
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    Default Huge Issue!!!! I would love some Help/Input

    After a full rebuild (Had a power surge, blew up my pc, and got all new parts form the electricians wallet)

    Everything worked great. Untill one day the fan on my PSU made a weird noise when going over 600w ( I have the recording, its a loud knocking noise). So I pulled it out, and called corsair, they sent me a new one.

    This worked great for awhile, and then all of a sudden it started crashing and restarting itself back to my login screen without warning, levels on all my components including temps were perfect.

    after countless hours of researching on multiple sites, some of you guys and a local professional, the conclusion was to buy a new PSU.

    I bought and just installed a ThermalTake 750w 80 Plus gold, And I had a Corsair HX850 80 Plus gold. Upon updating and playing BF4, it continues the crashing and restarting itself back to my login screen without warning.

    ANY IDEAS ARE APPRECIATED!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Looks like I picked the wrong week to quit sniffing glue lokey006's Avatar
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    Default Huge Issue!!!! I would love some Help/Input

    Run memtest86+
    Ive had a bad sector in my RAM that caused a lot of software crashes and BSODs

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    Looks like I picked the wrong week to quit sniffing glue DreadlordFred's Avatar
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    sounds like a bad mem chip , bad sectors can cause a mathmatical issue and then a mem dump causeing it to restart/reset

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    I didn't take Steroids...Honest Blankwindow's Avatar
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    have you checked the windows event log to see what if any errors their are?

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    Looks like I picked the wrong week to quit sniffing glue sinthetic's Avatar
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    Yeah, memory is always a great place to start. I'd run memtest86 for at least an hour preferably longer and see if it errors.

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    Knee High to a Worms Ass StrixTeam's Avatar
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    Some computers shut off or restart if it gets too hot, just make sure you have something to cool it better. Maybe add a stronger fan onto your cpu or keep it from tight spaces or add a fan or two. :)


 

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