[SOLVED] PC works fine for only 10 to 15 minutes?

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My pc is working fine under normal load for about 10,15 minutes. The issue begins usually after that or immediately if i run a gpu intensive task

The closest i've gotten to actually understanding the issue is DVI corruption, but it's not the case.
I only thought i should buy a new cable which i did and tried yesterday without any luck again. I've connected my pc to my monitor at first with vga, my tv with hdmi, through my integrated motherboard gpu as well.

Every display shows the same issue and i can't wrap my head around this because i tried reinstalling gpu drivers, resetting the monitor (turn off/turn on), reinstalling Windows, rolling back windows updates, rolling back gpu driver, disconnecting the gpu, disconnecting ram (tried with each piece, i have 2 pieces of 4gb's), checked device manager and it says everything is working properly, checked temp's of cpu and gpu and they're pretty much fine.

When i run a game it comes to around 55-60 which i don't think should be the culprit..
So far i have no idea what to do anymore so any help would be highly appreciated. Only idea i have is to pretty much build a new setup because it's old, but can run every modern game atleast on low because the gpu is not so old (r9 280x).

This is how it looks like: https://we.tl/t-4bUAHjhLUp
 
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The closest i've gotten to actually understanding the issue is DVI corruption, but it's not the case.
I only thought i should buy a new cable which i did and tried yesterday without any luck again. I've connected my pc to my monitor at first with vga, my tv with hdmi, through my integrated motherboard gpu as well.
Every display shows the same issue and i can't wrap my head around this because i tried reinstalling gpu drivers, resetting the monitor (turn off/turn on), reinstalling Windows, rolling back windows updates, rolling back gpu driver, disconnecting the gpu, disconnecting ram (tried with each piece, i have 2 pieces of 4gb's), checked device manager and it says everything is working properly, checked temp's of cpu and gpu and they're pretty much fine. When i run a game it comes to around 55-60 which i don't think should be the culprit..
So far i have no idea what to do anymore so any help would be highly appreciated. Only idea i have is to pretty much build a new setup because it's old, but can run every modern game atleast on low because the gpu is not so old (r9 280x).
What's your PSU's model and age? Might aswell be malfunctioning in which case you'd need to replace the unit.
 
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puw2

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The closest i've gotten to actually understanding the issue is DVI corruption, but it's not the case.
I only thought i should buy a new cable which i did and tried yesterday without any luck again. I've connected my pc to my monitor at first with vga, my tv with hdmi, through my integrated motherboard gpu as well.
Every display shows the same issue and i can't wrap my head around this because i tried reinstalling gpu drivers, resetting the monitor (turn off/turn on), reinstalling Windows, rolling back windows updates, rolling back gpu driver, disconnecting the gpu, disconnecting ram (tried with each piece, i have 2 pieces of 4gb's), checked device manager and it says everything is working properly, checked temp's of cpu and gpu and they're pretty much fine. When i run a game it comes to around 55-60 which i don't think should be the culprit..
So far i have no idea what to do anymore so any help would be highly appreciated. Only idea i have is to pretty much build a new setup because it's old, but can run every modern game atleast on low because the gpu is not so old (r9 280x).
What's your PSU's model and age? Might aswell be malfunctioning in which case you'd need to replace the unit.
 
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Specs
Cpu AMD FX4100
Gpu R9 280x Dual-x
8 Gb Samsung Ram
PSU Fsp Hyper 600
Motherboard Asrock N68C-GS FX
Ssd Kingston 120 Gb
Hdd Hitachi 1 Tb
 
run userbenchmark.com and post the http link of your result, e.g. https://www.userbenchmark.com/UserRun/28977730

Reset the BIOS by jumper clrCMOS or JBAT or similar (eventually you will have to set the bios priority correctly after that)

check windows integrity
open the command prompt as administrator and type DISM /Online /Cleanup-Image /RestoreHealth
https://www.lifewire.com/how-to-open-an-elevated-command-prompt-2618088
https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_10-update/system-file-check-sfc-scan-and-repair-system-files/bc609315-da1f-4775-812c-695b60477a93


clean boot
https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/929135/how-to-perform-a-clean-boot-in-windows


check the memory by running memtest.org usb autoinstaller (bootable USB flash drive)

check the hard drive for errors with its manufacturer´s tool
 
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Did everything except userbenchmark and windows integrity, can't finish those because the same thing appears on my screen and goes black and can't see nothing afterwards..
https://ibb.co/rsCGbhF
 
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