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My computer started restarting about few months ago. I thought my OC was unstable then I lowered the OC for a little. Then it started happening again and more often so I decided to run on stock clocks. Same results! I followed by putting my card on stock clocks but still, I get occasional restarts. I almost RMA'd my card because I thought it was the problem. I then cleaned my computer because I haven't changed the water in my loop, little cleaning here and there. I noticed my 12v has stabilized and stayed at 12.10, 12.00 being the lowest compared to before. Since noticing the 12v change, my computer hasn't failed my until recently it started doing it again. At some point I can't even use my computer it would just restart when opening a browser. 12V now reads 12.00 and does dip down to 11.81. My 5V and 3.3V are also a little low. I tried using 1 memory stick, putting on different slots, using different bios. All I could think of is my PSU.

When my computer restarts windows says it wasn't shutdown properly.
I attached a picture of my hwmonitor.


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My computer started restarting about few months ago. I thought my OC was unstable then I lowered the OC for a little. Then it started happening again and more often so I decided to run on stock clocks. Same results! I followed by putting my card on stock clocks but still, I get occasional restarts. I almost RMA'd my card because I thought it was the problem. I then cleaned my computer because I haven't changed the water in my loop, little cleaning here and there. I noticed my 12v has stabilized and stayed at 12.10, 12.00 being the lowest compared to before. Since noticing the 12v change, my computer hasn't failed my until recently it started doing it again. At some point I can't even use my computer it would just restart when opening a browser. 12V now reads 12.00 and does dip down to 11.81. My 5V and 3.3V are also a little low. I tried using 1 memory stick, putting on different slots, using different bios. All I could think of is my PSU.

When my computer restarts windows says it wasn't shutdown properly.
I attached a picture of my hwmonitor.

Software cant give any kind of readings that are true

You need to use a digtal multi meter for that

Did you know that your HX1000 is not a true 1000 watts its 2x 500 watts slapped together

Also there have been a series of them failing over the past year so yours might be as well
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