i checked for dust and cleaned
i also switched outlets to see if it was the outlets
i ran my antivirus and nothing was there
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Is the system under warranty?
I take it since they replaced a PSU it is a desktop unit?
If so I suggest if it is not under warranty to open the side up and check to make sure the fans are all turning. It sounds like it may have a overheating issue.
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