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Something I did notice is that when I looked at the screenshots in the previous post, as soon as I clicked on it and it started to enlarge on the screen, it crashed. What the... is that? I have been noticing that I can be playing a game, click on a menu, and the pc crashes. It just seems to crash when I click on random things. I hope you can get some useful information out of those screenshots and what I just posted.
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I have a status update: I decided to disassemble my computer and I found some pretty disturbing things. Number one, the heatsink for the ram was bent physically. It could have potentially shorted something or caused the heat to fluctuate out of control. Number two, the input for the 12 volt plug on the motherboard has been fried in two places. I'm currently putting all of my salvageable equipment into my old desktop. I'm not reusing the old power supply or the ram that has been bent. I am now in need of a new power supply, which one would you recommend for my setup? I will post pictures when I can. I'm currently using my mobile phone as I have been for the last few posts.
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