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Computer completely freezing while playing games (Solved)


Best Answer iammykyl , 02 April 2015 - 05:30 PM

Tthanks for updating.   I will mark this as solved.   If you have further problems, Please start a new topic.Good luck.  Go to the full post »


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That's good news, looks like the problem is solved.

Are you able to RMA the faulty PSU?


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I'm glad to hear that may have fixed the problem!  :spoton:


Could I persuade you to run the HWMonitor software again and post another screenshot?  I would just like to see if any of those voltages changed with the new PSU.  :geek:


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@iammykyl, I am looking into that right now.

 

Here is the screenshot of HWMonitor on my new PSU:

 

HWMonitor new psu.jpg


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Well it has now been several days of gaming with no crashes whatsoever, I think the problem has been solved.

 

The new power supply seems to have fixed the problem.


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Awesome!  Thanks so much for the update.  :spoton:


Take care, agentosage!


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Tthanks for updating.   I will mark this as solved.   If you have further problems, Please start a new topic.

Good luck. 


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