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About Daireann

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  1. Hey! I am reaching out to see if anyone can help me or has any ideas/suggestions for my current plight. I built a new PC about a year ago. Spec: Intel Core i9 (9th Gen) 9900k Asus Rog Strix Z390-F Motherboard 2 x Western Digital Black NVMe 500GB SSD 1 x Samsung 500GB SSD 4 x 16 GB Corsair Vengeance LPX DDR4 3200 MHz MSI GeForce GTX 1080ti About a week ago I started to get random blue screen issues which threw random error codes ranging from Bad_Pool_Header, to System_Service_Exception to Kernel_Security_Check_Failure to System_Thread_Exception_Not_Handled_M. The list goes on and one, bottom line is I very rarely got the same code twice. I noticed when I was trying to back up my data to a new external hard drive, when I was copying files after a few mins, the USB ports would disconnect and reconnect. This was not a HDD cable issue as it works fine on my laptop, or a port issue as I had checked from the rear ports too (the only other USB devices were my mouse and keyboard) The first step I took was to re-install windows with all the latest drivers for my hardware - this did not help. Windows Memory Diagnostics and Memtest86++ ran without error on all passes FurMark ran for an hour without issue to test the GPU (max temp was 82 degrees c) I moved my Hard drive and GPU into another machine which worked fine without any issues for several days, while I tried to re-build the problematic machine I replaced the RAM kit with a brand new (same spec/make) RAM kit I replaced the motherboard (Having talked to Asus support they recommended RMA on the ROG Strix) and installed an Aorus Z390 Pro I did a fresh install of windows again on a NEW standard Western Digital 500GB SSD (just to be certain all old system drivers are gone, and the new updated ones are installed) Unfortunately I am still having crashes, which is driving me insane as I REALLY cannot work this out. My next area of focus is the CPU and/or PSU - The PSU is a Corsair HX 1200, 14 months old, It has never given any issues to date. I don't run any RGB or power sucking peripherals (except the GPU) The CPU, I performed the test using the intel utility, which ran ok without any issues being flagged. I am really out of ideas, I have a spare Corsair 750w PSU which should be enough for my needs, which I will test with tomorrow just to rule out another component. This really just leaves the CPU as the only component to not have been replaced. If anyone has any ideas I would really appreciate it. Even if anyone knows of any paid services I could avail of to work this out for me. Thanks in advance Dee