Question Sent i9 9900k to service center to find error

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Please help in this.. i don't know why this happened to me...??
List of built parts
Asus z390e gaming mobo
i9 9900k cpu
Asus gtx nvidia 1660gpu
Samsung 970 evo plus 500 gb( two ssds)
1tb HDD wd
Corsair liquid cooling 240mm pro 100
120mm ( four fans)
CD/DVD RW
Monitor samsung 27inch curve
Power supply corsair 600watt (80 plus)...
Please help me is that power supply or what was the real fault???
Restarting pc again and again with blue screen error everytime..( no advance repair option and no fresh installation chance can possible )
UPS I'm using is 1000VA...

What is real issue?? Please help me..
 

DSzymborski

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As you have not described what your problem is in any way, it's impossible for us to have any insight as to the cause of the problem. All you've given is a list of specs, so going from that only, my first inclination would be to suspect the PSU if there is a hardware-related issue; the "600W" Corsair is mostly likely an older CX one (again, you did not provide information), which is an extremely old and poor quality choice for a build such as this.
 
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As you have not described what your problem is in any way, it's impossible for us to have any insight as to the cause of the problem. All you've given is a list of specs, so going from that only, my first inclination would be to suspect the PSU if there is a hardware-related issue; the "600W" Corsair is mostly likely an older CX one (again, you did not provide information), which is an extremely old and poor quality choice for a build such as this.
Thanks for instant reply.... i updated question
 

Karadjgne

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Psu. An old cx600 80+, powering a i9 9900k build. That's like wearing a $1500 tuxedo with $3 flip-flops.

Nice list of parts. Did you remember to get ram?

Does the blue screen give any info whatsoever?

It's a little confusing since you say it didn't work, yet crashed during a YouTube video...

Boot into windows, when it does, then goto Event Viewer. Look for any errors that are red flagged critical errors. What are they exactly.
 
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Psu. An old cx600 80+, powering a i9 9900k build. That's like wearing a $1500 tuxedo with $3 flip-flops.

Nice list of parts. Did you remember to get ram?

Does the blue screen give any info whatsoever?
Psu. An old cx600 80+, powering a i9 9900k build. That's like wearing a $1500 tuxedo with $3 flip-flops.

Nice list of parts. Did you remember to get ram?

Does the blue screen give any info whatsoever?
All kind of stop code errors
 

DSzymborski

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Pc automatically restarted while watching youtube video...and then never started again
That usually indicates temperature or power supply. But blue screens generally don't. What is the RAM? And could you answer the other questions? Due to the unavailability of info from you, I recommend just waiting to see what the service center says, given that you have already given them your PC.
 
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Please help in this.. i don't know why this happened to me...??
List of built parts
Asus z390e gaming mobo
i9 9900k cpu
Asus gtx nvidia 1660gpu
Samsung 970 evo plus 500 gb( two ssds)
1tb HDD wd
Corsair liquid cooling 240mm pro 100
120mm ( four fans)
CD/DVD RW
Monitor samsung 27inch curve
Power supply corsair 600watt (80 plus)...
Please help me is that power supply or what was the real fault???
Restarting pc again and again with blue screen error everytime..( no advance repair option and no fresh installation chance can possible )
UPS I'm using is 1000VA...

What is real issue?? Please help me..
I was having same problem with my 1st i9 9900k, i send it on service they give me new one... i was run him 5.0 on all cores 24/7 (almost) and it starting to give me BSODs all time...so i guess i burn it heh...temps and all was good...anyway now new one is on stock speeds 24/7 and no troubles with it anymore.
 
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Please suggest me good quality psu for my listed built
Asus z390e gaming mobo
i9 9900k cpu
Asus gtx nvidia 1660gpu
Samsung 970 evo plus 500 gb( two ssds)
1tb HDD wd
Corsair liquid cooling 240mm pro 100
120mm ( four fans)
CD/DVD RW
Monitor samsung 27inch curve
 

Power94

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Please suggest me good quality psu for my listed built
Asus z390e gaming mobo
i9 9900k cpu
Asus gtx nvidia 1660gpu
Samsung 970 evo plus 500 gb( two ssds)
1tb HDD wd
Corsair liquid cooling 240mm pro 100
120mm ( four fans)
CD/DVD RW
Monitor samsung 27inch curve
im using CORSAIR RMi Series, RM1000i, 1000 Watt ( i was planing custom water cooling so that explain 1000w)
I would suggest you be quiet 750w dark power pro 11 or EVGA 750w G2 or from corsair RM750i 750w

(750w is more then enough for your system also this 3 PSU are very good quality and stable so you wont fail buying one of them)
 
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im using CORSAIR RMi Series, RM1000i, 1000 Watt ( i was planing custom water cooling so that explain 1000w)
I would suggest you be quiet 750w dark power pro 11 or EVGA 750w G2 or from corsair RM750i 750w

(750w is more then enough for your system also this 3 PSU are very good quality and stable so you wont fail buying one of them)
Thank you dear
 

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