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Hey there,

Typically, random crashes like that point to an issue with the PSU. Can you get a lend of one from a friend to swap out and try. If not bringing it to a local repair store and get them to test for a nominal fee is another cheap solution

If your current PSU was bought new, it might be worth checking if you can RMA it and get a replacement.
 
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Hey there,

Typically, random crashes like that point to an issue with the PSU. Can you get a lend of one from a friend to swap out and try. If not bringing it to a local repair store and get them to test for a nominal fee is another cheap solution

If your current PSU was bought new, it might be worth checking if you can RMA it and get a replacement.
Thanks for your reply. I could bring it to the store and meanwhile fill in a RMA!
Agreed, is a 650 watt PSU enough for that build?
Sorry, it should be 750 watt!
 

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