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Vinnycall

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  1. 1. No Machine-check exception that I can tell, also no BSOD. 2. Voltage is: 1200 mW at max it seems ( I attached the radeon overlay) 3. Seems unlikely since it's only an occasional crash, but then again, I don't really have much experience building PC's.
  2. Great, case solved. smh
  3. Hey everyone, I just build my first PC in 10 years and i'm running into a few problems here and there. First off the specs: MB: Asus Prime X-570-P ( https://www.asus.com/nl/Motherboards/PRIME-X570-P/ ) BIOS-version/date American Megatrends Inc. 0807, 8-7-2019 CPU: AMD Ryzen 5 3600X GPU: GIGABYTE Radeon RX 5700 XT GAMING OC 8G PSU: Corsair RM-850X RAM: Corsair 16 GB DDR4-3200 HD: Corsair Force MP510, 480 GB SSD - The computer sometimes under load freezes then crashes a game and at last restarts the whole computer without warning or bluescreen. - When turning on the pc and in some random occasions I get pink artifacts in the middle of the screen (like a horizontal line) for a split second. - Sometimes while browsing or watching youtube, the system slows down and returns to normal, when this happens the sound currently in the youtube video is gone, pausing and then play again fixes this. Does any of this sound familiair and how can i fix this issue. The temperatures under load are well in spec. cpu : 60-70 °C - gpu: 65-75 °C Help is truly appreciated. Vinny
  4. Hey @jonnyGURU , I completely cut the power to the PSU when the computer is turned off during the night. And yes, I also turn my computer on with the button in front. The first time the PC was initially off when the problem occured, the 2nd time however the system was running and it instantly shut down. This is the time I flipped the switch of the PSU a few times and then it sparked, no problems since then.
  5. I tried this, did not work unfortunately. When I switched the power switch of the PSU very slowly there was a visible spark inside the PSU and everything went back to normal.
  6. The connector looks fine, it just suddenly "popped" back on.
  7. p.s. this is my PSU: Antec High Current Gamer 520 W 80+ Bronze Certified Semi-modular ATX Power Supply https://pcpartpicker.com/product/VCxfrH/antec-power-supply-hcg520m
  8. G'day everyone reading, Today, when I wanted to start my computer, there was absolutely no sign of life inside the case. The outlet where the PSU is connected to supplied power normally. The motherboard light did not turn on and the power switch also refused. After connecting and disconnecting the PSU multiple times it suddenly went on and carried on as usual. Of course I know this behavior is unusual but anyway, should I be worried and is this the sign of a dieing PSU? Or is this explainable another way? Thanks for reading/helping a noob, 🆅🅸🅽🅽🆈
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