Thanks for the update HimaAngel
Can I ask if the computer has ever been overclocked.
I suggest that you seriously consider not using the computer until the present PSU has been swapped out and a quality brand replacement that has the required power output has been fitted.
The above is based on the following, 1: The power output on the +5V and +12V rails are all over the place with the +12V output effectively frying your CPU (see screenshots below of your PSU output and what the correct outputs should be) 2: The safe thermal footprint of your CPU = Maximum operating temperature 55°C - 71°C but Speccy is showing the MB and CPU temps at 93 °C and this is while the computer is not under load - once you start gaming etc this will increase dramatically and the MBs thermal sensor will shut the system down to protect your hardware AMD Phenom II X4 925 - HDX925WFK4DGI / HDX925WFGIBOX
3: The appalling feedback from Newegg customers, example;
Cons: they tend to burst into flames, if you have a problem, forget about getting an RMA, company unresponsive.
4: There is no information on the brand on the PSU database http://www.realhardt...vos/Page541.htm
Brands of PSU to trust + brands of PSU to avoid http://www.10stripe....d/psu/brand.php
note that again there is no mention of the Diablotek.
As an asides HimaAngel I note in your Speccy report that you do not have any anti virus protection, are you aware of this and the potential risk that you are at from malware attack.