Question How do I identify what is at fault in my Computer?

Oct 20, 2019
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Hello together,

Recently I've run into some problems with my computer. About 4-5 weeks ago my rig startet to randomly freeze completely. I can't move my mouse, can't press ctrl-alt-del etc., it's just dead. After restarting it usually runs fine but sometimes it crashes a few minutes in. I even had my pc run for a while without me doing anything (was afk) and when I came back it was frozen. There is no error text and I can't see a specific spike in the performance tab in the task manager.

I just can't figure out what it is, neither can I trigger it with anything I do. It just happens randomly.

To fix the problem I did some research on how to troubleshoot something like this.

I've tried these things:
  • Increase the virtual memory
  • Update all drivers
  • Run a memory check
  • Run disk check
  • Run System File Checker
  • Completely reset my computer
Some people recommended unplugging all external parts and then test run the rig. I can't really do that though because I don't know how to 'trigger' it. Sometimes it runs fine for a whole day without me changing anything and the next day it crashes in a few minutes

My computer specs:
  • Windows 10
  • Prozessor: Intel Core i7 6700 (LGA 1151, 3.40GHz)
  • Grafikkarte: ASUS GTX 1070 STRIX 8G-GAMING
  • Motherboard: MSI Z170A Gaming Pro Carbon
  • Arbeitsspeicher: HyperX Fury (2x, 8GB)
  • Netzteil: Corsair RM750x (750W)
Thanks in advance for all answers!
 

cin19

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Use the " reliability monitor tool " to find something or not.
 
Oct 20, 2019
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Use the " reliability monitor tool " to find something or not.
View: https://imgur.com/c2XHyLR


Unfortunately nothing :/

I did get some weird grafic bugs recently, could that imply that the GPU has some kind of defect? [ View: https://imgur.com/mQRThhn
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