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Hey all, biggrin.gif
Well.. my computer was working perfect and.. this started to happen.
Video explains it all, just watch it.
(had to remove the vid)

NOTICE THAT.. It's not just with games, happens at any time, IT JUST HAPPENED while editing that video, and browsing on the net... and more.
My rig is on my sig, also I have a video of it with full specs and stuff on that youtube account, watch it if some of you need more information of my comp.

Drivers are all right, it isn't the GPU... I have no clue actually, just tried everything I know.

Thanks :3
Edited by Phenomz - 4/15/12 at 7:05pm
post #2 of 27
try Hiren's Boot CD and run Memtest86 and HDD Regenerator.
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Try bumping up the voltage on your Phenom II. They don't like 4ghz.
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Originally Posted by dlee7283 View Post

try Hiren's Boot CD and run Memtest86 and HDD Regenerator.

Hmm I've never had to do things like this, would u explain it a bit? Where to get it and how to run them?
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Originally Posted by brucethemoose View Post

Try bumping up the voltage on your Phenom II. They don't like 4ghz.

Weird... I have updated my rig before, I removed that overclock (well every overclock) from my pc.. Also, if I remove BIOS battery, it deletes any existing overclock, and it does the same thing with or without.

Thanks~
post #5 of 27
It's like you have a short or something. Really weird.

Is your CPU running hotter than normal?

Have you tested your PSU? Use a multimeter under load and test that your PSU is giving you enough power.
    
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It's like you have a short or something. Really weird.
Is your CPU running hotter than normal?
Have you tested your PSU? Use a multimeter under load and test that your PSU is giving you enough power.

Negative, always idling between 27 and 30, and while playing or full load it never reached more than 50; just like always.

EDIT: Saw ur edit, Nope, never tried PSU since it has like.. just 5 months maybe.. and it's cooler master, plus it has been never pushed up to it's limits, but yeah I'll watch out if i can try that, i'm just 15 years old lol, i dont have a multimeter. But ill do my effort finding one haha.
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old lol, i dont have a multimeter. But ill do my effort finding one haha.

I got my first multimeter when I was 12 years old. =)

Try first your Rig, I mean, stable: CPU, RAM, PSU
Turn on the PC but won't boot into SO, enter bios or pause boot and wait for PC crash.
If it still powered, then test CPU, NO-OC, Low-END VGA if possible, and checking temps.
If test is sucess, then it should be the PSU, Carefully Oc the CPU, GPU, and stress the PSU.

If still working, then check PSU power Cable. tongue.gif!

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I heard Coolermaster PSUs are either a hit or a miss...

Do you have another PSU to test?
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post #9 of 27

You are tripping the amperage supply/conversion capacity of the limited 3+1 phase VRM system, causing protective shutdown.  Raising the voltage further is the last thing you should do.  Back it down.  Several companies do not even ratify low-capacity 3+1 phase boards for 125W TDP processor operation to start with.

4+1, my mistake.... VRMs are probably not the issue

post #10 of 27
why does everyone assume its the psu problem?
im not challenging anyone here just an innocent question
    
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