Hello, I'm new to the forums and I'm not exactly sure where to post, so my apologies if I post in the wrong section.
I'm currently having troubles with my new PC (3 months old but it's been having problems since the first week I got it). My computer is freezing randomly at times from booting up to the loading screen or up to around 2 weeks before starting to freeze (constantly afterwards)
I've sent it to two tech guys and they have been unable to figure out what the issue was so I'm hoping to find an answer or solution here on the forums.
My specs are:
MSI GeForce GTX 660 Ti Power ED 1019MHZ 2GB 6.0GHZ GDDR5 2xDVI HDMI Display Port PCI-E Video Card
If your graphics card is effected by the overvolting issue MSI should replace it, from the sounds of the article, it was a hardware mechanism that does the overvolting, so any potential solution would involve a soldering iron and a voided warranty.
buzzing sound.......... could be a capacitor ? if this wasn't pre-built and you knew what you were doing I'd tell you to disassemble and reassemble......... but let's not.
cmos........... if you can't find the jumper.......... with machine off, remove battery ( that big nickle sized shiny thing on the motherboard ).......... put back in after a few seconds. that will set machine back to "stock". maybe it helps, maybe it doesn't. boot up.