Question PC freezes from heavy network load

Apr 5, 2021
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Hello everyone. This is such an unpleasant problem.
When a large amount of data is loaded on the network, the system begins to freeze, wheeze and crackle sound. At that time, the processor, RAM, GPU are idle at a minimum except for the network.
What could it be?

On one forum I saw how a guy decided to replace the PSU.
Demonstration video below.
Im from Russia, sorry for google translator.
My PC build:
MID-RANGE AeroCool PC

ASUS TUF VG27AQ (2K, 165gz)
Anne Pro 2
Logitech G305 Lightspeed
Creative Blaster Omni Surround 5.1
SVEN MS-2050

PC:
9400F
MSI RTX2060 Super
Kingston HyperX 16GB 2666mhz (8GBx2)
600W STE Cougar
MSI B360 Mortar Titanium
SSD 1TB GOODRAM
SSD 120GB M2 NVME (included Windows 10 21H1)
Aerocool Aero One Mini
Aerocool Cylon 4F
Aerocool Duo 12 Pro

 

Ralston18

Titan
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Is "SSD 120GB M2 NVME (included Windows 10 21H1)" your boot drive?

How full is the drive?

Try using Resource Monitor and Task Manager to observe what your system is doing.

Use both tools but only one at a time.

Watch first without doing anything.

Continue to watch while doing light work or browsing.

Then, leaving window open, download a large amount of data on the network as you usually do.

See what changes.

Note: it appears that you are doing some of above per the second link. However the display moves too fast for me to see anything.

And remember to look in Reliability History and Event Viewer for error codes, warnings, and even informational events that occur when the freezing, wheezing, and crackling occurs.
 

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