Originally Posted by JackCY
Yeah but writes it down so chaotic, should stay with default not OC when hunting down any issues, you want to minimize everything so it's easier to find the origin. I know it's tempting to say something is stable, but many have fell into that trap before, even brand new and stock may not be stable and have issues that's why one tests HW stock first before doing any OC to be sure one goes from a stable state.
But I am pointing out how he replaced pretty much EVERYTHING in the computer, yet the problem persisted. He also didn't overclock the new parts. Then when he tested the same rig at a different house, the problem went away completely. Brought it back, and the problem came back.
So I think it's obvious at this point that the problem is with the electrical. Maybe the power being delivered to the house is bad for some reason.
In other words, how could it be an unstable overclock? How could it be anything anyone has said? I mean, look at what he has tried so far.