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Hi,

My pc is crashing randomly, there is no specific thing running when a crash happens. My screen just goes black and the pc reboots immediately. There is no bsod and no minidump after the crash.

Things I have tried:


I think that is pretty much everything I tried, now I have no clue anymore what it could be.

my specs:
-intel i7 2600 (no k) @stock speed
-asus motherboard P8P67 LE
-16 GB kingston ram @1333Mhz
-GTX 670
-Antec PSU 750W
-Samsung ssd 830
-2 TB HDD from seagate
-1 TB HDD from Western Digital

If there is any more information needed let me know and I try to post it asap.

Joey
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    mmmm this is such a troll whats happening to you, it could be many things, but if its not a blue screen, and white and black lines and shit is one the screen, the best thing would to check your HDDs, as silly as it sounds, my friend was having one of these cold cases, but turns out it wwas his hard drive.. might of been an external one, not sure, but make sure you check your HDD, and your voltages, voltages can simply be fixed by setting Hardware settings in BIO back to Optimized settings (sure u already did that)..

    Good luck, and keep me posted :P
  2. flamehead269 said:
    mmmm this is such a troll whats happening to you, it could be many things, but if its not a blue screen, and white and black lines and shit is one the screen, the best thing would to check your HDDs, as silly as it sounds, my friend was having one of these cold cases, but turns out it wwas his hard drive.. might of been an external one, not sure, but make sure you check your HDD, and your voltages, voltages can simply be fixed by setting Hardware settings in BIO back to Optimized settings (sure u already did that)..

    Good luck, and keep me posted :P


    Yea the bios settings are all set to optimized, is there an other way how I can make sure that my HDD is working fine?
    I have Intel Rapid Storage Technology installed and it says from my SSD and 2 HDD "Your system is functioning normally"
  3. You should check if your PSU is stronk enogh
  4. MagicGoose said:
    You should check if your PSU is stronk enogh


    Mmmh, the system has always worked fine so far so I think the PSU is "stronk" enough.
  5. Simply try changing out HD's and see how tge system perforns
  6. So I got a new motherboard and now it is working fine.
    Running without a crash for over 2 weeks now :D
  7. After being happy that everything worked fine the crashes started happening again.
    Any new ideas about what it could be?
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