AMD Ryzen 5 3600 Prozessor (bis zu 4,20 GHz), Hexa-Core
16 GB RAM Dual Channel, 512 GB SSD , USB 3.0
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1660 Super Grafik (6144 MB), HDMI, DVI, DisplayPort, 400W 80 PLUS Platinum for 750€ NOT USED
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My pc restarts suddenly once or twice a day without any error msg if go and checked window event viewer it show "Kernel-Power" as critical. Can u give any suggestions
My PC Configuration
Asus M5A97 2.0
Corsair 8 GB ram
GIGABYTE GeForce GT 1030 Low...
I am building a new pc and I wanted to do the final checks before I buy the thing and if I made a mistake somewhere
I want my PC to be:
good looking (I don't want different colors, for example, The motherboard is white, the ram black, and the gpu red)...
I would like to have your opinion and solution for the following problem.
We work in a small design office and 3 of us are sharing the same PC running windows 10 , simultaneously using 3ds max and archicad for design tasks. We experience lagging and computer running slow every day...
I'm hoping you will be able to help me narrow down the culprit for my issue, i've done what I can/know how to do to try and get a definitive answer as to which part of my PC is causing the problems. It's probably worth noting that I recently transferred my OS to my SSD, using Macrium...
Ok, my son's gaming rig (my old i5 + 970) died and I decided to hand down my own rig and use the salvageable parts for other machines around the house. I don't have the money to buy a new rig altogether, but while I save up for that dreadful expense - I want to create a temp gaming...
I just finished my first PC build, I got windows installed no problem, updated drivers that needed it, and set my RAM to run at its advertised speed. I promptly began installing games. I quickly discovered, however, that nothing would run. I get into the launchers and click "play" or "launch"...
Long story short, i noticed my CPU (ryzen 5 3600) was running a little hot so i opened up the case, removed the CPU cooler and the chip, applied the paste put everything back very carefully, when to turn it on and nothing, i removed the chip and looked at the pins none are bent and nk thermal...
CPU : ryzen 7 2700x - wraith prism cooler
GPU : RX 580 - sapphire nitro +
RAM : 16gb 2400mhz cl16 corsair vengeance
PSU : TX 650 M corsair
nvme 500gb m.2
ssd samsung 860 evo 256gb
western digital 1tb
Those are my parts currently
I just wanted some more experienced advice from...
there has been these persistent issue in my system where everything get stuck for few seconds and gets back to normal. I have tried all diagnostics on my hard drive, ram, graphic card, cpu and nothing shows any problem as all checks have been passed. this happens during gaming specially and...
Something very odd happens to my computer when I try and turn it on.
I turn it on at the wall, it comes on automatically with fans spinning then powers off. I then have to turn the computer on by the power button and it comes on fine.
Do you know how I can debug this issue? It's...
Asus Dual RTX 2080 Super
32 gigs Ram
Corsair NVME Gen4
For a couple months now I keep getting frame skips after an extended period of time. It renders any game instantly unplayable (as the skips happen every second) and it is visible on the desktop. I have a 240hz...
My computer <Mod Edit> itself basically awhile back, and I don’t know why. I was able to run literally everything perfectly. And then is started getting very obscure BSOD error codes that no one knows the cause of when I look up. Figured someone here might be able to help me go forward with...
Recently I have been running into this problem. While on discord, just playing any game, or just being on my Windows 10 PC, the audio would just completely turn off. I tried to troubleshoot it and it said that my headphones were not plugged in, but they were. I tried updating my drivers...
CPU- AMD FX-6300
Motherboard- ASUS M5A78L-M plus/usb3
RAM- 2x 4gb ddr3 fury HyperX
PSU- Corsair CX 500
Mid tower case
Integrated GPU- AMD Radeon 3000
This is what im currently running. What can I do to make my pc faster in general.
First of all, thanks to whoever takes their time to try to help. I appreciate it.
I bought a new PC very recently (roughly 3-4 months) with these specs:
Windows 10 Home (upgraded to Pro) [Build 18363]
Motherboard: Gigabyte Z390 D (installed the latest firmware/driver)
I recently upgraded my GPU in my 5 year old System from a GTX 760 to a new GTX 1660 Ti.
As I usually do with a new GPU I ran a few benchmarks on it.
Unigine Heaven provided me with a, in my opinion, weirdly low score for a new 1660 Ti so I tried the Superposition Benchmark.
I've had my 8700k for over a year now. This issue has only risen recently. Now and again, the operation of windows will slow to a crawl, with lots of input lag and delay.
I will check my task manager, and my CPU will be at 100%. There will either be a "system interrupts" task using 100% of...