Freezing every few seconds during any game , tried everything though...
During any game say cod4 for example, it freezes at random times quite annoying actually and it irks me how I can't figure this one out. I wanna say its !y graphics card cause that's all that's left I think but can some one please assist. The card is slightly curved at the end going downwards that's just how it goes in. Checked part picker, parts are compatible. I disabled all background programs, still freezes. Cc Cleaned. Didn't defray cause I have a solid state. My gfx card is a xfx radeon r9 200 series, the double D r9 270-a to be exact. Mobo is Asus f2 m8a pro or something very similar to that , please get back to me, thank you,
Time of this report: 1/23/2014, 11:43:14
Machine name: XTRONTHEGREAT
Operating System: Windows 7 Professional 64-bit (6.1, Build 7601) Service Pack 1 (7601.win7sp1_gdr.130828-1532)
Language: English (Regional Setting: English)
System Manufacturer: System manufacturer
System Model: System Product Name
BIOS: BIOS Date: 10/16/12 10:41:58 Ver: 51.09
Processor: AMD A10-5800K APU with Radeon(tm) HD Graphics (4 CPUs), ~3.8GHz
Memory: 8192MB RAM
Available OS Memory: 7628MB RAM
Page File: 2501MB used, 12754MB available
I unselected my answer as the best answer, because I obviously didn't solve your problem, and nobody will click on a thread that's been solved.
Okay, for future reference, when someone asks to see your specs, don't just post a dxdiag log. It doesn't have all the info we're looking for, and it has a lot of useless info.
What is the make and model of your power supply?
I think ihog is on the right track. My first suspect with your PC's symptoms is always the PSU. Even if the box says "700 watts" a cheap branded PSU almost always means that this value is overstated. I don't know who makes the "cx700", but 700 watts might mean peak and not sustained.
Try borrowing a friend's PSU. If that doesn't fix it start looking at CPU and GPU temperatures after extended 100% load scenarios. Maybe run memtest while you're at it, though I don't know if faulty memory would cause a total lockup.
Finally, move on to motherboard drivers - go to the manufacturer's website and make sure you've installed the most recent drivers for chipset, LAN, USB, audio, etc.
Lastly, did you try using a driver cleaner app in safe mode to remove the graphics cards driver and then reinstall with the latest driver?