Question A mystery issues

Dexxly_uk

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Hello recent my fan bearings in my PSU went but recently it's got so bad that the pc will turn on and if I leave it off overnight the power button won't work and I will have too wait for up to 5 hours to get it back on the CPU is a year old and never had issues with it before so I have ruled that out I have tested the ram all fine strangely when I'm on the pc I get micro strutters in the mouse and video anyway at the moment I'm suspecting cmos battery or PSU it can't be Mobo because it dose boot but when it finally power's on the clock is wrong
 

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It has been doing this for a while but only this bad since the fan vibration issues I was thinking it has rattled and already broken capacitor
 

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I'm getting a new PSU no matter what anyway because it's on its way out but strangely the Mobo lights are all on but instead of flashing they just sit still when they flash it normally means it's okay too boot I don't think the problem is an expensive one to fix I hope 😂
 

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Update it just booted no doubt it will do it tomorrow though the freezing seems like it is the HDD because my games on my ssd Run fine but when I'm on on games it has mouse and video stutter maybe the CPU isn't getting the power it needs
 

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Definitely replace the PSU -- it's not a particularly good one anyway -- but stutters usually aren't a PSU issue. Again, the first thing you do when you're diagnosing a problem is undoing the overclock, no matter how long it's been in place. You solve problems by simplifying them as much as possible.
 

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All my frie
What's the partnumber and version number?



Is DOCP enabled in the BIOS of the motherboard?
To be honest I don't know the part number of the ram I know the part number of the PSU I haven't had much time to have a good look at it I know the PSU is faulty I ran memory diagnostics on the ram and no trouble there
 

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Definitely replace the PSU -- it's not a particularly good one anyway -- but stutters usually aren't a PSU issue. Again, the first thing you do when you're diagnosing a problem is undoing the overclock, no matter how long it's been in place. You solve problems by simplifying them as much as possible.
Exactly the oc seems stable been doing alot of looking in task manager cpu doesn't seem to be doing anything out of the blue and I have heard that EVGA power supplys like to break there capacitors
 

DSzymborski

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Exactly the oc seems stable been doing alot of looking in task manager cpu doesn't seem to be doing anything out of the blue and I have heard that EVGA power supplys like to break there capacitors
So, did you undo the overclock while diagnosing or not? It would be helpful if you would be as detailed and specific about everything as possible; it's hard to make much sense of a long series of one-sentence posts disconnected from each other.
 

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So, did you undo the overclock while diagnosing or not? It would be helpful if you would be as detailed and specific about everything as possible; it's hard to make much sense of a long series of one-sentence posts disconnected from each other.
The oc has been took off because I reset the cmos what's happening is the PSU had a bad fan bearing and ever since that it has been acting strange not starting from Cold I have to turn it off from the wall and wait a few hours but when I do get it on the mouse and the whole os seems to stutter but very wired because it don't happen in my games It happened about a week ago and it started with the PSU making a loud vibration noise and underload got more high pitch
 

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