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My video games keep freezing for half a second (all the system, not only video games sometimes)

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June 27, 2014 4:29:51 PM

I play games like SKILL Special force 2, and AVA.
Those games keep freezing every like 30 seconds, the whole screen freezes for like half a second and then it's back to normal, It's not GPU Overheating because I checked multiple times while in-game using MSI Afterburner and the GPU was never above 57.
I always get great and high FPS, but this problem is so annoying.. how can I fix?

PC:
GTX 660 2GB
Intel i5-4670k
8GB RAM
1TB Hard Drive

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June 27, 2014 5:19:20 PM

ihdacc said:
I play games like SKILL Special force 2, and AVA.
Those games keep freezing every like 30 seconds, the whole screen freezes for like half a second and then it's back to normal, It's not GPU Overheating because I checked multiple times while in-game using MSI Afterburner and the GPU was never above 57.
I always get great and high FPS, but this problem is so annoying.. how can I fix?

PC:
GTX 660 2GB
Intel i5-4670k
8GB RAM
1TB Hard Drive


Might be drivers...re-install and try again.
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June 27, 2014 6:56:35 PM

toddybody said:
ihdacc said:
I play games like SKILL Special force 2, and AVA.
Those games keep freezing every like 30 seconds, the whole screen freezes for like half a second and then it's back to normal, It's not GPU Overheating because I checked multiple times while in-game using MSI Afterburner and the GPU was never above 57.
I always get great and high FPS, but this problem is so annoying.. how can I fix?

PC:
GTX 660 2GB
Intel i5-4670k
8GB RAM
1TB Hard Drive


Might be drivers...re-install and try again.


All the drivers are up to date. and the GPU driver was installed just today, so why would I uninstall if this problem has been occurring since a week and it still is after the driver was installed
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July 9, 2014 4:54:18 AM

Sounds like the power supply is hiccuping, and you're losing video power for a second, and it's crashing it. Do you have something to test the power going out? If it's not a constant power, that could be the issue.
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