My PC has been freezing quite a bit lately and so I've been checking what could possibly be causing it. CPU/graphics card temps are fine, and harddrive is fine. I've checked for viruses/malware and there are none.
Only thing left that could be the issue is memory, motherboard and the power supply... Reason why I'm singling out power supply is because the other day my computer wouldn't turn on until I removed the power cord from it and plugged it back in. My PC usually freezes after it has been on for a few hours as well, so maybe it's just not generating enough power to run it? idk
Anyways I'd appreciate any help I can get on this matter. --- Currently playing: Kirbys Epic Yarn
#2SnadadosPosted 3/7/2014 11:05:02 AM
Unfortunately the easiest way for the average consumer to tell is it get another PSU and see if everything works. The equipment needed to test the various functions of a PSU is much more than the cost of a new PSU
That is the same with many PC components, the best way to troubleshoot a problem is to have another PC with compatible parts so you can swap components back and forth to see how things run with the various configurations. --- Have you accepted Raspberyl as your loli and savior?
#3neroAngeloPosted 3/7/2014 11:05:43 AM
If you have a spare graphics card that has simular power requirements, you could swap it in and see if you still have issues. I think there are programs that can test your RAM to eliminate that. --- PSWii360U - This is how I triforce http://i.imgur.com/9qF9vGa.jpg i7 920 @3.3GHz, 6GB DDR3, 7850 2GB
#4ClouddxPosted 3/7/2014 11:06:51 AM
Run memtest for ram. --- i7-920 @ 3.6 // 770 GTX // 12 GB G.Skill Sniper Ram // PS3 // 360 FiiO e9+17 // AD700 + M50 // Deck Legend + 82 // DAS Ultimate S
#5snae99(Topic Creator)Posted 3/7/2014 11:20:40 AM
Alright I'll run memtest later today. And sadly I do not have a spare graphics card though it will really suck if I need to get a new one >_>. Is there some sort of stress test for graphics cards so I can completely rule that out? Cause if I can rule out everything but the power supply I'll just go ahead and buy a new one. --- Currently playing: Kirbys Epic Yarn
#6StopthinkPosted 3/7/2014 11:38:00 AM
Check to see if the fan is working properly in your PSU.
#7SnadadosPosted 3/7/2014 11:41:11 AM
You can run something like the 3D mark 11 demo or Valley bench mark to stress your CPU and GPU. --- Have you accepted Raspberyl as your loli and savior?
#8dayne195Posted 3/7/2014 11:43:17 AM
You have integrated graphics though, don't you? --- i5-4670k @ 4.3ghz | Hyper 212 EVO | GA-Z87X-UD3H | Gigabyte GTX 770 | 8gb Corsair Vengeance | HAF XM | 250gb Samsung 840 Series SSD | Rosewill Capstone 750M
#9Rud3BwoyPosted 3/7/2014 11:44:35 AM
how the heck does mem test test your psu?lol
i think this kid is trolling you mem test won't check your
#10SampsonMPosted 3/7/2014 11:47:51 AM
If you think it's failing, it probably is.
Unless it's still relatively new, or you're really hard up for money right now, I wouldn't risk it. Bad PSUs can ultimately destroy the rest of your rig.
Just go order a new one, get a SeaSonic. --- "They tell me dont get high, and I should try to make a living, I tell em' imma hustler and I'd rather make killin' "~Weezy F. Babby