1) High ping (500+ ms) on speedtest.net, while my laptop is going 10-20ms surfing the same router.
2) HD disappearing, after a while when system is up (can be hours or minutes), 1 or 2 HD out of 4 is like shouting done, with a failure-like mechanic noise.
3) Video hiccups (freezes), the sound is going fine, all of the codecs. happens on all of the HD i have - not only on those that shutting done.
I formatted and reinstalled WIN 7 PRO 64 bit, only the ping problem is gone (3) the other two is still there.
Intel Core i7-920
ASUS P6T SE
CORSAIR XMS3 6GB (3 x 2GB) DDR3 1600
EVGA GeForce 9800 GTX+ 512MB
ENERMAX LIBERTY 400WATT DXX
I know its have to be Hardware but how can i tell which component is it ? maybe the PSU/MB have power failures ? maybe the HD is whats wrong and the rest is okay ? I feel like on HOUSE MD - too many symptoms
its not a repeating ticking sound its more like the hard drive is shutting down-going to sleep sound..
I did the "chkdsk /r" on all the drives - all good.
I did a another test, I wifi shared my laptop (which is fine) with the PC, i played couple videos that on the laptop in the PC and there were hiccups, and i played a video from the PC on the laptop and there where no hiccups, so what i conclude from that is the HD is not what making the hiccups problem, its either the graphic card, RAM or CPU.
I'm right now in safe mode, the video is like with a LAG, like 10 fps instead normal, still freezes but different kind..
What its more likely to be ? the graphics card ? and the hard drive is shutting down without a connection to the video freezes ? RAM ? motherboard ?
Please help me.. its a new and very expensive computer for me.
I have a Gigabyte Triton Case... I dont think think its heat issue but ill clean it out of dust tomorrow anyhow..
the GPU temp is 54-55 and with video running it rises to 66 (celsius), system 50, CPU 42, core 0- 49, core 1- 49, HDs - 40, 44,49.
and the bios ill upgrade but i haven't installed new hardware recently do its unlikely to help.