Question COMPUTER FREEZING RANDOMLY!

Apr 26, 2019
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Hey guys. I have been gaining these random Freezing problems. That happen once every minute or 30 seconds. They last for about 10 seconds. Now I called the computer service and they said it'd cost me 20€-30€/per hour so they'd try to find the problem. Now I'm wondering since I get that on windows itself aswell. Like no games open only like a chrome web browser.
PC SPECS:
GTX 1050 Ti
i5 6600K
Socket LGA1151
Power Supply 450W
8GB RAM (2x4GB)
2TB Hard Drive
480GB SSD

The last things I added cost me about 400€ in total. (REPLACED ITEM) - (NEW ITEM)
Pentium G4600 - i5 6600K
1TB Hard Drive - 2TB Hard Drive (WD BLUE)
NEW ITEM: 480GB SSD

And the old specs used to cause me no freezing like this. I only was getting lag spikes because of the FPS Drop on games. But these specs are getting me crazy. Please help!
 
Apr 26, 2019
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I am not seeing any cooling problems.
Temperatures are:
CORE 1 = 45°C - 52°C
CORE 2 = 47°C - 53°C
CORE 3 = 38°C - 48°C
CORE 4 = 42°C - 52°C
 

menlui

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That website is a shill for EVGA and goes way higher than needed. Says a draw of 401w needs a 600w PSU why not 500 or 550???

Check the side of the side or back of the PSU to find the model.
 

iMatty

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Well it recommends a higher power supply just to give you a more headroom to do other stuff. Don't forget that he has an overclock-able CPU which can draw more power.
I would recommend a 650 EVGA supernova g2 80+ gold instead of a 450 and it can last at least 5-6 years with good use.
 

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