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My computer just froze will I was playing games then picture broke best way I can explain then it shut off. Next I powered it back on and did the something.

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1 minute ago, JohnDOUGH said:

My computer just froze will I was playing games then picture broke best way I can explain then it shut off. Next I powered it back on and did the something.

What's the something?

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I got on it again after that and it said the 12v rail was at 8v and the 5v rail was at 8v

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4 minutes ago, JohnDOUGH said:

I got on it again after that and it said the 12v rail was at 8v and the 5v rail was at 8v

Did you check it with a multimeter?

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11 minutes ago, JohnDOUGH said:

Don't have one

Then what did you check with? If it's voltage readings in software, just ignore them. If the voltages were really 8V, it wouldn't power on. 

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Not so sure I have had those small game console with pre-loaded game say need 9v but I put 6v plug in and it worked for months until I put the right plug in which it still works

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OK now I'm not saying I don't appreciate the help but does anyone have different idea I have only got it could be power but nothing else and no I don't over clock not yet at least

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The game freezing will not be caused by the PSU. If the PC just shuts down, as if you pull the power plug, that's possibly the PSU. 

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13 minutes ago, JohnDOUGH said:

OK now I'm not saying I don't appreciate the help but does anyone have different idea I have only got it could be power but nothing else and no I don't over clock not yet at least

What PSU do you have? How much power does your system draw? Are all your cables plugged in all the way? What kind of weather are you experiencing? How old is this set up? 

 

How hot did your CPU get before shutting down? Is it in an enclosed box?

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Well first the game froze then the computer shutoff. Next the system is an am3 phenom ii x3 720, rx 560, w7 home , thermaltac 420 watt psu. And the CPU stays around 50℃ I can remember the gpu but I don't think it got too hot it was only a month old and was playing just fine and did heaven benchmark and it all stayed cool did for like and hour then week later all this happened.

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Forgot motherboard is some dell board and if need to know anything else let me know.

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