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About tank234

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  • CPU
    i7 8700
  • Motherboard
    some dell motherboard
  • RAM
    16gb @2666mhz
  • GPU
  • Case
    rosewill challenger s
  • Storage
    6tb of hdd storage and 1 m.2 ssd from samsung
  • PSU
    450w psu from corsair
  • Display(s)
    27 inch benq
  • Cooling
    stock intel cooler
  • Keyboard
    k95 platinum
  • Mouse
    g502 wireless
  • Operating System
    windows 10

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  1. have you checked your power button's wires on your motherboard? Sometimes they can come loose and not make a solid connection. Try shorting the pins if you know how to. Here is an idea, not all motherboards are the same though https://www.gamersnexus.net/guides/2011-jumping-a-motherboard-without-power-switch-button
  2. Something like this, this are more expensive than the one you have there, but they are much more efficient. https://pcpartpicker.com/product/Q7L7YJ/corsair-cx-2017-450w-80-bronze-certified-atx-power-supply-cp-9020120-na
  3. looks good but I would change out your psu for something like a 450w or 500w psu. 600w is a bit overkill for this build.
  4. it may be corrupted, you may need to reinstall windows
  5. it may affect the warranty, you will have to talk with the manufacturer about the warranty
  6. have you tried to reinstall windows?
  7. have you gone into bios and changed it?
  8. do you have any apps that start when you turn on your pc?
  9. it looks playable here are some benchmarks....
  10. what was the blue screen error? Do you know?
  11. Does it crash when you benchmark it at stock settings? If it does then I believe that like you said it may be a silicon lottery chip or you may not have enough power.
  12. It could be but very slim, does the card crash at stock settings? If so then it may be your psu