My PC randomly restarts with no BSOD

claudiuct

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So my PC, after working perfectly for a while started to randomly restart. Installed WhoCrashed and can't find any crash, so its just a restart. I've read posts about this problem and most people suggest its the PSU but mine is a brand new Corsair so I highly doubt it. I installed a fresh copy of Windows 7 x86, same problem. At some points I get restarts between 10 min and at some points it goes for hours with no problem. Heating is not the problme since CPU is always around 45-55 and GPU around 30-40

My PC config:
PSU: Corsair CX430 (brand new)
Motherboard: ASUS m57a78l-m lx
Graphic card: Sapphire 7730 HD 1gb ddr5 (brand new)
procesorr; 2.8GHz dual core
memory: 2 gb ram
 

Deus Gladiorum

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When you say it restarts, do you mean it just all of sudden turns off and you immediately have a black screen and then it boots up again, or do you mean that all of a sudden your PC will close out of whatever your doing, go to the desktop, and systematically restart as though you had actually told it to restart through Windows 7?
 

claudiuct

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Is like I'm restarting the PC myself from the button. No message no nothing, just randomly happens
 

claudiuct

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Why would I do that? I mean for my build is more than enough for a PSU
 

Lee-m

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because he wants to rule out it being faulty.

If your seeing the restart/shutdown screen, then its most likely windows update rebooting your machine. Or other software you installed.
 

claudiuct

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I wante to reply and checked "SOLVED", damn. There is any way of checking of the PSU is faulty without putting another one?

 

claudiuct

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There is any way of checking of the PSU is faulty without putting another one?
 

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Because your problem is indicative of a bad PSU.

 

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